Health Department Announces “B’more Health Talks” Biweekly Community Forums

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The Baltimore City Health Department announces its new “B’more Health Talks” initiative, a biweekly community forum being held via phone call-in to discuss citywide health issues such as reducing health disparities.  The forums will be held the second and fourth Friday of each month at 12:30 pm, starting this Friday, July 10.

B’more Health Talks is designed to be interactive, will be hosted by Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen, and will include guests on each show. Among its goals are to share and collaborate around the work that many different organizations in Baltimore are doing and align around #OneBaltimore efforts.

Individuals wishing to participate in the chat should call 1-760-569-7171, and use code 117-245-291.  A Tweet Chat at #BmoreHealthTalks will also be available.