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Twin Cities Community Hospital Hosting Free Medication Lecture

Jun 6, 2018

What: Free Medication Lecture

When: Monday, June 11, 2018

Time: 5:30-7 p.m.

Where: Twin Cities Community Hospital, Morgan Conference Room, 1220 Las Tablas Road in Templeton

Description: Are your medications wreaking havoc on your enjoyment of food? Be ready to put your taste buds to the test as our Twin Cities team of experts discusses how your medications may be interfering with your sense of taste. Learn how this medication side effect can adversely affect your healthy food choices and what you can do to keep it from derailing your medication adherence. This seminar is complimentary. Seating is limited. Guests can reserve their spot by calling 844-677-5931.

This seminar is being put on by the Twin Cities Patient Experience Council, which is a volunteer organization comprised of members from the Northern San Luis Obispo County communities. Members strive to provide an effective mechanism for receiving and responding to community input.

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