NFL partners with health clinic to provide vaccines and dental care

Nashville Community Health Event: Titans Alumni, Churches and Medical College Join Forces for Free Dental Services, Vaccines and More

A community health event is taking place in Nashville on Saturday, April 20. This event, organized by NFL Alumni Tennessee, St. Luke CME Church, and the Tennessee CEAL Program of Meharry Medical College, will provide free dental services, diapers, vaccines and more to attendees. The event will take place at St. Luke CME Church in the Buena Vista area of Nashville from 12 to 4 p.m., and will feature music, free food and exercise classes for participants.

Former Tennessee Titans players will be in attendance to sign autographs and take photos with fans. Kroger is providing vaccines against shingles, flu, RSV, Hepatitis B, HPV, pneumococcal, Tdap and COVID-19 for attendees. The goal of the event is to promote healthy lifestyles and provide access to healthcare for the Nashville community as part of the NFL Alumni’s “Gear up Tennessee” initiative.

The partnership organizations are not alone in supporting this event. The Conference of National Black Churches, Dedicated Senior Medical Center

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