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Addressing health disparities and serving our communities for 

Twenty-Three(23) years

and counting! 

Hamilton County
Health Fair

This year's event will be held at the

McKenzie Arena (UTC Roundhouse), offering more space for free health screenings and interactive activities.

Join us on August 3rd for a fun-filled day of learning how to live a healthy and happy life.

Register Now by clicking the Register Here  or calling 423-778-6598.

Save the Date

August 3 9A-1P

McKenzie Arena

Save the Date

Our annual Minority Health Fair is back and better than ever!

Don't miss out on this opportunity to take control of your health!

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Get Involved

We are looking for Sponsors, Vendors, and Volunteers.

Help us make this 2024 event a bigger success in our BIGGER space!

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Surviving & Thriving

Hear from specialists on health many topics! This symposium is free to attend, but registration is required.


What We Do

We continue to reach out to the underserved Chattanooga/ Hamilton County community and provide FREE health screenings such as mammography, lung scans, podiatry evaluations, dental screenings, prostate evaluations, cardiac evaluations, and diabetes screenings.  

Our goal has remained the same for the past twenty year, "Empowering and Educating Minorities to Close the Health Gap."  

With your attendance (Chattanooga/ Hamilton County community) and your help (as a Volunteer, Vendor, or Sponsor), we will continue to make this event a success!

Free Blood Pressure checks

The Minority Health Fair event addresses a major need in the community by providing free health services for the benefit of the underserved communities in Chattanooga.

Our Impact


Since 2002, the MHF has provided one of the best health fairs in the region.

Year Anniversary


Over 80 organizations have partnered with MHF to bring free services to underserved communities.

Organizations Attended


Over 10,000 people have received free educational and screening services.

Individuals Served

Ready to Get Involved

Bringing Healthcare to Communities

Participating vendors and volunteers have the opportunity to reach and serve communities to leave a lasting impression.

Health screenings


“I have seen first hand the Minority Health Fair help the underserved people of Chattanooga. To see organizations and our own people come together in support is beyond belief.”

Luke M.

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