Dine with Our Doctors is a free patient-educational seminar series hosted by UT Health Northeast and our community clinics. At each seminar, guests hear about the latest health information from one of our skilled experts. This is a great opportunity to learn and ask questions about our services, doctors, and technology in an environment that is comfortable and inviting.
Join us at our next Dine with Our Doctors seminar. There is no obligation and dinner is free. Seating is limited, so reservations are required. Complete the form below to register online or call (903) 877-RSVP.
October Seminar with Dr. Paul McGaha and Jennifer Peoples, Licensed Professional Counselor
hosted by Overton Clinic
Tuesday, October 24 | 6 p.m.
Overton Community Center
505 S. Meadowbrook Dr. | Overton
Rusk County’s Health Outcomes are Worse than the Majority of Texas
Did you know Northeast Texans are more likely to die from heart disease, stroke, suicide, cancer, and other diseases than anywhere else in the state? Or that if our death rates here were the same as in Texas overall, 2,615 mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, families, friends, and neighbors who died in our region in 2014 would still be alive today?
Join public health expert Dr. Paul McGaha to learn more about this serious health crisis affecting Overton and surrounding communities. Licensed Professional Counselor Jennifer Peoples will discuss how health concerns impact mental health with issues like depression and anxiety and how to get help.
You can RSVP online for the next Dine with Our Doctors seminar by completing the form below. Your email address is optional. All other fields are required.
To see a list of upcoming events sponsored by UT Health Northeast, click here. Or go to the UT Health Northeast homepage to learn more about what’s happening.