Free health screenings, low-cost flu shots, and heart health information
Walmart has a heart for helping customers save money and live better – and healthier – lives. The retailer is now inviting customers to Walmart Wellness Day, where they can get free health services and resources, including information on better heart health. The event will be Saturday, September 21st, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at all Central Florida Walmart stores with pharmacies. To find the store nearest you, visit www.walmart.com/walmartwellness.
In addition to heart health information, customers who attend the event can also expect:
- Free Health Screenings: Total Cholesterol, Glucose, Blood Pressure, BMI and Vision (locations with a vision center)
- Low-cost Flu Shots and Immunizations
- Opportunity to speak with a local pharmacist
- Wellness demos
Since its first Walmart Wellness event in 2014, Walmart has provided more than four million free screenings to people across the country. These screenings have helped customers discover underlying issues like high blood pressure and diabetes that they now can manage – and in some cases, these screenings have saved customers’ lives.
For more information, please visit www.walmart.com/walmartwellness or visit your local Walmart pharmacy.
About Walmart in Florida
Walmart helps people around the world save money and live better – anytime and anywhere – in retail stores, online and through their mobile devices. In Florida, we serve customers at 383 retail units and online through Walmart Online Grocery, Walmart.com and our family of brands. We are proud to employ 105,951 associates in Florida. Walmart supports local businesses, spending $8 billion with Florida suppliers in FYE19 and supporting 116,428 Florida supplier jobs. Walmart continues to be a leader in employment opportunity, sustainability, and corporate philanthropy. In FYE19, Walmart and the Walmart Foundation contributed more than $81.8 million in cash and in-kind donations to local nonprofits in Florida and our Florida associates volunteered more than 53,900 hours with local causes.