Ten minutes is all it takes to achieve one of the keys to healthy skin – early detection. The Skin Cancer Foundation’s mobile skin cancer education and screening program offers free full-body skin exams by licensed dermatologists. Screenings are done on a first-come basis and subject to physician availability. No appointment necessary. (Aug. 28 only)
Inside this specially equipped RV, guests can ask questions and get skin cancer early detection and prevention information. After completing a brief form, visitors enter a private room, change into a gown, and a licensed dermatologist will exam their skin from head to toe. The doctor will note any findings on the form and make recommendations for next steps, which may include a formal visit to a dermatologist. The exam takes approximately 10 minutes. It’s best to arrive early, as screenings are provided on a first-come basis and subject to physician availability. (Please note that masks will be required aboard the RV and will be provided for visitors if they do not have one. The RV is equipped with a HEPA air filtration system, and hand sanitizer will be available.)
Saturday, Aug. 28, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Located on Underwood Street, north of Murphy Avenue east of the Pet Pavilions