Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Preserving Our Living Black History Through Health Care Crusade

(Baton Rouge) -Get On Board Baton Rouge! Baton Rouge is the kick off city to a 40 city Healthcare Tour. Inviting all senior citizens family and friends out on Saturday July 18, 2009 starting at 9:00 a.m. Free admissions @ the Southern University Mini Dome. National Gospel Recording artist LaShun Pace will be in concert, joining her will be our very own “Tha Hip Hop Doc”, Dr. Rani Whitfield, along with the President of the National Baptist of America, Inc. Reverend Dr. Stephen Thurston will be preaching God’s word relating to health. Fill your soul through song and through the word of God, but most of all to educate yourselves more regarding Medicare Plans. Medicare members might be eligible for the Medicare Advantage Plan. (Part C) These plans offer more benefits that may be added to present Medicare members at no extra cost. There will also be free screenings.

Protectors Insurance Healthcare, an African American insurance company with over 40 years of experience based in Houston Texas, recently partnered with Humana Insurance a Fortune 100 company with a nearly 50-years of history in the health industry.

In the African American community heart disease, diabetics, cancer, and stroke are the top killers. Did you know that every 11 seconds, someone turns 65 years of age in America? Furthermore, did you know that African American senior citizens are the unhealthiest group in the Nation. Did you know that we can do something to stop this escalating statistic, improve our health, and preserve our living black history?

We perish due to our lack of knowledge. This is why Protectors Healthcare Insurance / Humana Insurance will be touring 40 cities within 18 months. The question becomes what better time than now to empower and educate our African American senior citizens with the knowledge of these different programs that are in place to give our senior citizens a better equality of life.

“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” –President Barack Obama.

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