Trish Bennett, Editor
CIRCLEVILLE – Berger Health System welcomed more than 400 members of the community to its second annual Touch-A-Truck event Thursday on the Berger Hospital campus.
The event, presented by Molina Healthcare and Sunny 95, was a way for the hospital to give back to the community, said Larry Halm, vice president of marketing for Berger Health System.
“It was Hospital Week last week, and we usually try to do some kind of open house,” Halm said. “This was a really family-friendly way to get people to come to the Berger campus, come inside and learn about our different service lines.”
In addition to Sunny 95 radio personalities presenting music, food and entertainment, guests could get up close and personal with police, fire and rescue equipment, as well as buses, large construction and farming equipment stationed in the hospital parking lot.
Inside, hospital staff hosted a “scavenger hunt,” in which guests visited various stations throughout the building and collected stickers to be entered in a prize drawing at the end of the event.
Each station offered presentations and information on a variety of topics including organ donation, wound care, health screenings and more.
“We had about 350 people attend last year, and we had at least 400 this time,” Halm said. “We’ll probably do it again next year, too. It just keeps getting bigger, and the public really seems to like it.”
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal