Health Fair by 365 Health coming to Regis

Free and affordable preventive health screenings to be offered


Health Fairs by 365 Health, formerly 9Health Fair, are back this March through mid-May at more than 40 locations across Colorado, and residents in and around Denver will be able to receive access to free and affordable preventive health screenings and resources from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 11 at Regis University in Peter Claver Hall, 3333 Regis Blvd. Building G-6, Denver, CO, 80221.

“Preventive health care is essential for maintaining good health, disease and illness prevention, and early detection and diagnosis when treatment is easier and more effective,” said Gary Drews, CEO of 365 Health. “During COVID-19, Americans delayed or avoided entirely their routine preventive health care, and appointments have yet to return to pre-pandemic levels, resulting in a reduced ability to prevent or manage chronic disease and an increase in preventable deaths. 

“Last year alone saw nearly half of all adults and roughly two-thirds of uninsured people in Colorado postpone medical care, according to the Colorado Health Foundation. A health fair is typically the best and lowest cost option to deliver preventive health care and improve equitable access and health outcomes.”

The free and affordable, low-cost health screenings offered at Health Fairs by 365 Health vary from site to site but can include blood pressure, vision, diabetes risk, stress, blood draw and more. For more information about, and to register for, the Regis University Health Fair, visit:

While walk-up screenings will be accepted, registering ahead of time is recommended. Medical professionals will be onsite to offer advice and assistance and help participants to decide which screenings are right for them.

“The Regis University Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions service learning program has hosted the annual health fair since 2003, providing an ‘integrative’ approach to health assessment and education. Students, faculty, and staff from four health professions: nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and counseling/family therapy provide screenings collaboratively, offering a unique health fair experience. We look forward to serving our community with the compassionate care we are known for,” said Cheryl Schwartz, Senior Director of RHCHP Service Learning and Global Health.

“Our community-based health fairs and the free and affordable health screenings that are available are a necessary resource not only for Coloradans who lack access to preventive health care, but also those who have high deductible insurance plans or no insurance at all,” added Drews.

For those unable to attend a health fair, 365 Health and Quest Diagnostics have partnered to offer the same affordable health screenings at Quest Diagnostics Lab Patient Centers (PSC) located across Colorado. No doctor’s visit or insurance is needed.

Each year, 365 Health relies on the dedicated support of volunteers to offer free and affordable health screenings and help improve health awareness. Those interested in volunteering for a community health fair are encouraged to visit

About 365 Health

365 Health, formerly 9Health Fair, is a trusted 501(c)(3) non-profit with over 40 years of experience welcoming into its communities millions of people who have an active interest in their health and are seeking affordable alternatives to improve their health outcomes. By providing convenient, accessible and equitable preventive-health solutions via volunteers, medical professionals and partners, this legacy continues by adapting and adopting new technologies and services for individuals facing expanding health system gaps as they pursue their optimal health. For more information, visit


About Regis University

Established in 1877, Regis University is a premier, globally engaged institution of higher learning in the Jesuit tradition that prepares leaders to live productive lives of faith, meaning and service. Regis University, one of 27 Jesuit universities in the nation, has three campus locations in the Denver metro area and extensive online program offerings with more than 6,000 enrolled students. For more information, visit