Women’s DIY Day to be Held on July 8 in Moultrie

Affinity Physicians for Women will be holding a Women’s DIY Day on Saturday, July 8 at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) in Moultrie. This open-house event, held from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., is free and open to all women and no registration is required.  

Obstetricians/gynecologists Dr. Bishara Baddour and Dr. Rana Khalek with Affinity Physicians for Women will host a seminar at 10:30 a.m. titled “Celebrating Women’s Health: Get Your Questions Answered about Wellness.” There will also be educational workshops on couponing, identity theft protection, herb gardening and essential oils. In addition, there will be will various exhibits and information booths on a range of life topics.

“Affinity Physicians for Women wants to help women become smarter, more savvy and self-sufficient with Women’s DIY Day,” said Judy Shiflet, community relations coordinator with Tift Regional Health System. “This will be a fun morning of learning. The event is designed to enrich women from a health and wellness perspective. We’ll also have giveaways and refreshments.”

Obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Bishara Baddour, a Moultrie native, is now seeing patients at the new Colquitt County office of Affinity Physicians for Women, located in Moultrie at 2 Hospital Park. His wife, Dr. Rana Khalek, sees patients at the Tift County office. Dr. Baddour is providing outpatient exams and clinical care at the Moultrie location and performs minor procedures. He is available for maternity care, gynecological surgery, general women’s health issues, prevention, education and more. For more information or to make an appointment with Dr. Baddour at the Moultrie office, call 229-217-0535. The Moultrie office once served as the practice location for Dr. Baddour’s late father, urologist David Baddour, M.D.

The Women’s DIY Day event will be held at the SRTC campus in Moultrie, located at 800 Veterans Parkway North. Learn more at www.affinitywomen.com or call 229-353-6316.  

“We invite all women to come and take advantage of this free and informative event,” said Shiflet.