On Wednesday, October 4, from 5 to 7 pm, St. John’s Medical Center
will offer Dinner with a Doc at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole. The
evening will feature Jim Little, Jr., MD, who will speak about “Preparing
for Winter: Senior Vaccines.” He will provide information about
which flu vaccine is right for you and discuss the pneumonia vaccine.
Teton County Public Health will provide flu and pneumonia vaccines to
interested attendees, who are encouraged to bring insurance information.
Dr. Jim Little, Jr., is a family physician and medical director at St.
John’s Family Health & Urgent Care. He is certified with the
American Board of Family Practice.
The dinner will be preceded by a walk with Dr. Little, weather permitting.
In the case of inclement weather, a free exercise class will be held.
The menu includes carrot-raisin-pineapple salad, chicken filet with peas
and spring onions, brown rice with herbs, spring blend vegetables, Boston
brown bread, and cranberry-apple crisp. The dinner is free for seniors
and $8 for guests.
The walk/exercise class starts at 5 pm, the dinner begins at 6 pm, and
the talk follows. RSVP to the Senior Center at 733-7300.
The dinner is supported by the St. John’s Hospital Foundation.
Media contact: Karen Connelly, 307 739 7380,
ABOUT ST. JOHN’S MEDICAL CENTER
St. John's Medical Center in Jackson, Wyoming, offers patient-centered
clinical excellence and community wellness services through a full-service
hospital, primary care, and specialty physician practices, and a long-term
care Living Center. For more information, visit tetonhospital.org
ABOUT ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
The mission of theSt. John’s Hospital Foundation is to secure philanthropic support to advance the mission and strategic
objectives of St. John’s Medical Center, including patient-centered
care, clinical excellence, and community wellness.