The 35th annual Rotary Health Fair is set for Saturday, November 3 from 7:30 am-1:00 pm at the Homer High School. “It’s Your Life…Take a Day to be Well” is the theme of the fair, sponsored by Homer Kachemak Bay Rotary Club in cooperation with South Peninsula Hospital.
As part of the health fair, a comprehensive panel of blood tests is available for only $40, a sizable discount from the regular cost. In addition to the basic wellness panel, additional tests available for purchase include: prostate, thyroid, cardiac CRP, vitamin D and hemoglobin A1C.
These tests are offered by appointment in advance of the fair from Monday, October 15- Friday, November 2 in the hospital conference room on the hospital’s lower level or at the fair on Saturday, November 3.
During most of his time at SPH he served as the Medical Director of the hospital’s Emergency Department, serving as the champion for systems development, recruitment and advancing practices. Examples of recent improvements was supporting the tele-connection to Kachemak Emergency Services ambulances for in-field connection to patient vitals and health data to better prepare the emergency department for their arrival, and the adoption of tele-stroke, web-based telemedicine which allows a consulting neurologist to get their eyes on a patient within minutes of their arrival to the Emergency Room.
Dr. Mullins received his undergraduate degree in 1987 from the University of Alabama where he also completed medical school. Dr. Mullins completed the Internal Medicine Residency at the University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine in 1994 and went on to complete his Medical Oncology Fellowship training at the University Of Virginia Health Sciences Center.