Florida Campus students active in community
Sharing the message about the health benefits of chiropractic care is an ongoing process. Palmer's Florida Campus reaches out to its community in a variety of ways to do just that. Recently, clinic interns represented Palmer’s College and clinics at employee and community health and wellness fairs.
Photographed with a City of Edgewater employee, are Nick Finson and Katie Hicks, both 10th Quarter students. The City of Edgewater holds an annual employee health fair, this year’s event was held on August 28. Dozens of employees visited the Palmer table and learned about how to access the services of our clinics.
On August 30, the first “Viva Volusia” festival kicked off their weekend with a heath fair, which was held in Riverfront Park in Daytona Beach. “Viva Volusia” is a program of the Volusia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, located in Deltona. Twelfth quarter interns Jasmine Perez and Michael McPherson represented Palmer, explaining “quiropráctica” to those in attendance, many of whom spoke only Spanish.