Health screenings for seniors will be provided at an event in Endwell that will be hosted by the Southern Tier Center on Aging.

The health fair is scheduled for Thursday at the Broome West Senior Center at 2801 Wayne Street. It will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The Center on Aging is part of Binghamton University's Institute for Intergenerational Studies.

There'll be no charge for seniors to receive health screenings at the event.

The Southern Tier Center on Aging, part of Binghamton University’s Institute for Intergenerational Studies, is hosting a Health Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 29, at the Broome West Senior Center, 2801 Wayne Street in Endwell. The health screenings provided at the fair are free for senior members of the community.

Binghamton University grad students work with medical residents from the UHS Family Practice Residency Program and the Broome County Office for Aging to provide the health screenings.

There'll be screenings for high blood pressure, glucose levels, cognitive function and geriatric depression.

General health counseling also will be available, along with referrals for follow-up appointments.

Students and professionals will be performing screenings for geriatric depression, cognitive function, glucose levels, and high blood pressure. The team will also be available to conduct general health counseling and provide referrals for follow-up appointments.