Sunday, July 12, 2009

Akron/Medina Town Hall Health Care Forum

Akron/Medina Health Care Forum
Finding the right solution for our health care system

We all agree that health care reform is needed. The question is what type of reform? While those in Washington are pushing for the government to play a larger role in our health care system, many people are questioning its impact on our future care.

If you would like to learn more about the issues surrounding the health care reform debate, please join us for a free community health care forum.
  • Date: Tuesday, July 21, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

  • Location: Four Points Sheraton Hotel Akron West, 3150 W. Market Street, Fairlawn

  • Topic of discussion: We will explore the realities of government-run health care and how it will impact our future health care system. The town-hall-style forum will include a panel of doctors and other medical professionals, who will cover a variety of topics from access to treatment and long-term cost effects to quality of care.

  • RSVP: Seating for the forum is limited. For those who are interested in attending, please RSVP at
The Akron/Medina Health Care Forum is hosted by a collation of local conservative groups, including Medina Tea Party Patriots, Summit 9.12 Project, Medina 9.12 Project, Cleveland Tea Party Patriots, Mansfield Tea Party Patriots and Canton 9.12 Project. It is one of four that will be taking place in Northeast Ohio, including Cleveland, Mansfield and Canton.

For more information about the forum, contact Jeff Malek at or Amy Brighton at

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