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Online registration for HRRMC Health Fair now available

The HRRMC Health Fair is coming Saturday, June 1, 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. to the hospital’s main campus, 1000 Rush Dr., Salida.

Online registration is now available for anyone who would like to preregister for the fair’s low-cost screenings. Lab screenings include blood chemistry ($35), B12/folate panel ($35), PSA ($30), hemoglobin Alc ($30), blood count ($20), vitamin D ($45) and testosterone ($45).

These lab screenings are offered year-round at the same low cost through HRRMC’s Direct Access Laboratory Testing program at the hospital, HRRMC’s Buena Vista clinic, and the Custer County Medical Center in Westcliffe.

Free screenings including blood pressure, body in balance, body composition, cardiopulmonary, nutrition, oral health, skin and more, will also be offered at the fair.

To preregister for the low-cost lab screenings, go to and click on the “HRRMC Health Fair” button on the home page. A representative from HRRMC’s Patient Financial Services Department will contact you once registration is complete regarding payment. Preregistration is not required, but will save participants the time required to register on the day of the fair.

To ensure accurate results for the blood chemistry test, a 12-hour fast (no food) is recommended prior to the blood draw. Fasting is not necessary for the other low-cost screening tests. Diabetics should not fast. All participants should drink water and take their regular medication.

Attending the HRRMC Health Fair does not replace a regular checkup with your physician, and participants are advised to make an appointment with their primary care provider to interpret test results. For questions about the health fair, contact Jon Fritz at (719) 530-2057 or visit

HRRMC traditionally schedules its health fair in April, but this year it will coincide with the grand opening of the new outpatient pavilion, which adjoins the hospital and will house medical specialists, rehabilitation, wellness and other services.