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Your Best Pathway to Health – a non-profit organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America – will bring one of its mega hospital events to the Will Rogers Memorial Center Sept. 19-21 to provide free mobile multi-specialty clinics that offer medical, surgical, dental, eye care and other critical services.

The Rev. K.P. Tatum Sr., pastor of New Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church of Fort Worth, said the event could deliver more than $25 million dollars worth of medical and dental services.

Pathway to Health said on its website that the doors will open at 6:30 a.m.

“As Seventh-day Adventists, we believe in a triad of health, including physical, mental and spiritual health and that if one is missing, the individual’s entire health is affected. As such, through a collaborative effort with many entities, Pathway to Health deliberately seeks to serve as an effective ‘path’ to lead patients to physical and mental healing and to improved spiritual health,” the organization said on its website.

“Pathway to Health events provide a unique clinical environment, including experienced medical and dental providers, helpful hospitality workers, lifestyle counselors, chaplains caring for the whole-person needs of each patient, and live orchestral hymns played throughout the facility,” the organization said. “As a Christian organization, Pathway to Health ultimately exists to serve as Jesus served and to love the residents of each host city as Jesus did.”

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America is a mainstream Protestant religion with more than 18 million members worldwide. Through its Adventist health networks, the church provides health care to approximately 17 million people worldwide.

Your Best Pathway to Health

Sept. 19-21, 2018

Will Rogers Memorial Center

3401 W. Lancaster Ave.

Fort Worth 76107

Doors open at 6:30 am

pathwaytohealth.org

– FWBP Staff

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