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Free Stroke Presentation Offered to Little Falls Residents

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LITTLE FALLS, NJ - The Clifton Health Department, the contractual health agency serving the Township of Little Falls, and Hackensack Meridian Health Mountainside Medical Center will be offering a free presentation on stroke awareness and treatment called “Stroke: Every Second Counts.” The presentation will be held at the Main Memorial Library, located on 292 Piaget Ave., Community Room A, on July 20, at 10 a.m..

The speaker will be Amy Paolella, BSN, RN. Registration is required. Call the Clifton Health Department at 973-470-5760 to register. This program is open to Clifton and Little Falls residents.

 

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