Attend a 9Health Fair

Whether you’re pursuing a healthy lifestyle, taking advantage of the free screenings or looking for health education around specific topics, attending a 9Health Fair offers many benefits:

  • For all of our 9Health Fair sites, you can arrive the day of without registering in advance. We recommend registering online in advance because those participants tend to get their results back faster than those who register onsite.
  • Since 1980, 9Health Fair has positively affected more than two million lives. Through our network of  both medical and non-medical volunteers, 9Health Fair delivers affordable and convenient health screenings, prevention tips and educational programs throughout Colorado. Some of our free screenings include Blood Pressure, Height/Weight/BMI and Hearing, just to name a few.
  • We empower our participants to assume responsibility for their health by becoming informed and making smart, health-related decisions for the future.

Benefits for Attendees

  • Affordable Screenings
  • No Fasting Required
  • Convenient Access
  • Quick Screening Results
  • Medical Professionals Available
  • Early Detection Saves Lives

Find a 9Health Fair

Importance of Health Screenings

Health screenings – especially affordable and convenient ones – are vital to maintaining good health. Many major diseases go undetected because they show no signs or symptoms. Our 9Health Fairs offer you peace of mind. When you receive your results, you’ll know where you stand with your health. Remember, you can’t take care of your loved ones if you’re not taking care of yourself. We provide the most vital information about your body. With it, you and your physician can ensure you stay on the road of good health.

Only you can own your health.
Start taking responsibility and attend a 9Health Fair!
Call (303) 698-4455 or (800) 332-3078 for more information.

IMPORTANT: While 9Health Fair is committed to providing high-quality screenings and health education, it should not be used to replace your regular check-ups with your physician. You are encouraged to take the information provided to your primary care physician for further evaluation.