Loyola Physicians to Discuss Hand Germs, Provide Free Pulmonary Screenings and First Aid at Oak Park
WHO: Dr. Joseph Leija, allergist, along with five physicians from Loyola University Health System, will interact with residents of all ages during Oak Parkâs annual âDay in our Villageâ festival Sunday, June 4, from 11 a.m. â 6 p.m. Dr. Leija, of Loyolaâs Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, is certified by the National Allergy Bureau to perform the official daily allergy count for the Midwest.
The Gottlieb Allergy Count is available to the public in English, Polish and Spanish, through Twitter; on www.GottliebHospital.org and on two free phone lines, 1-866-4-POLLEN (476-5536) in English and 1-866-ALERGIA (253-7442) in Spanish. WHEN: Sunday, June 5 11 a.m. â 6 p.m. Day in our Village Scoville Park, Lake Street and Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park, Ill. WHAT: An all-family event kicking off the start of summer with live music, games, food and more. Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, part of Loyola University Health System, will staff the first-aid booth (#2) and also the Gottlieb Memorial Hospital health booth (#27). Physicians will demonstrate good hand hygiene through the use of a black light to reveal actual germs on the hands of attendees. â¢ 11 â 12:30 p.m. Dr. Rodney Schainis, internal medicine Dr. Lisa Liu, family practice â¢ 12:30 - 2 p.m. Dr. Carlos Reynes, internal medicine â¢ 2 â 3:30 p.m. Dr. Joseph Leija, allergist â free pulmonary screenings â¢ 3:30 â 5 p.m. Dr. John Boblick, internal medicine, pediatrician â¢ 5 â 6 p.m. Dr. Jessica Bartfield, internal medicine