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Show Yourself Some Love

Women’s Health Fair


A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who was part of Show Yourself Some Love 2023!

It was a great day packed with fun, information and good times with great people.
If you attended in person or online, we would appreciate your feedback on this short survey.
Thanks for helping make our first health fair a success! Stay tuned for information on future events.

Calling all women!

You spend so much time and energy taking care of everyone around you. It's time to Show Yourself Some Love at our one-day-only Women's Health Fair. Come alone or share the love and make it a girls' day out—because your mom, sisters, daughters and friends need to show themselves some love, too.

Join us Saturday, Feb. 18, 2023 for:

  • Conversations with renowned wellness enthusiast Dr. Patricia Sulak and other Baylor Scott & White Health women's health experts
  • Information and giveaways
  • Snacks!

There is NO COST to attend and registration is encouraged, but not required

We would appreciate a heads up about the number of people in your group to help us plan, but you can just show up the day of the event. Bring your friends and make it a girls' day out! Need to bring the kids? No problem! Kid-friendly activities will be available.

Event Schedule

Saturday, Feb. 18, 2023 | 9 AM to 1 PM

  • 9 AM to 1 PM: Vendor fair
  • 9 to 9:30 AM: Pick up your welcome packet, meet the vendors
  • 9:45 to 10:30 AM: A conversation with renowned gynecologist Dr. Patricia Sulak
  • 10:30 to 11 AM: Visit the vendors and enjoy light snacks
  • 11:15 AM to 12:30 PM: Panel discussion with women's health experts from Baylor Scott & White Health
  • 12:30 to 1 PM: Last chance to visit the vendors, Zumba, giveaways and more!

Who will I see there?

Speakers and Panelists

Keynote Speaker
Patricia Sulak, MD

Living WELL Aware: What IS Healthy?
There are so many doable, proven strategies to elevate our well-being. Let's start NOW!

Aval-Naree Green, MD

Finding Joy in Getting Older
When it comes to aging, there is so much we can do to slow it down while having fun.

Kathy Kimmey, MD

Worth the Squeeze
A discussion on breast cancer screening and reducing your risk.

Joanna Stacey, MD

Not Your Mother's Birth Control
The new horizon of safe options for preventing pregnancy and improving health.

Participants subject to change


Where to go

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Temple
Mayborn Auditorium
2401 S. 31st St., Temple, TX 76508

Where to park

From South 31st St., traveling South (hospital is on your left)

  • Turn left on S&W South Loop/Emergency Room entrance
  • Turn left on SW Emergency BLVD and
  • Parking will be on your right
  • Look for “Show Yourself Some Love” signs to help guide you on your way

From South 31st St., traveling North (hospital is on your right)

  • Turn left on S&W South Loop/Emergency Room entrance
  • Turn left on SW Emergency BLVD and
  • Parking will be on your right
  • Look for “Show Yourself Some Love” signs to help guide you on your way

Need a ride? Take the HOP!

Route 510 will drop you off in front of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center. Learn more information about The HOP, a Texas Hill Country regional public transit system

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

There is NO CHARGE to anyone who wants to attend. This event is brought to you Baylor Scott & White Health Plan and our sponsors.

Do I need to register in advance / have a ticket?

Registration is encouraged but not required. We would appreciate you letting us know if you're coming and how many kids/adults are in your group, so we can plan how many snacks/giveaways to have on hand.

Do I have to have insurance through Baylor Scott & White Health Plan, RightCare or FirstCare or be a patient of the hospital to attend?

No, this is a community-wide event open to any and every woman in Central Texas.

Can I bring my kids?

Absolutely! We'll have some kid-friendly activities for your children to enjoy.

Why should I come?

Women tend to put themselves last on their list of priorities—and that includes taking charge of their own health and wellbeing. But what happens if you get sidelined by a medical issue? Who will take care of everyone and everything then?

At this event, you will learn ways to Show Yourself Some Love so you can live a healthier, happier life. It's all part of our commitment to empower you to live well.

Do I need to stay the whole time?

No, you're welcome to pop in anytime between 9 AM and 1 PM and spend as much (or as little) time as you like. Check the schedule for details on programs that will be offered throughout the morning.

I'm not in the Temple area. How can I show myself some of this love?

If you're not able to join us in person, you can attend the sessions virtually from wherever you are. Register here to watch the simulcast.

I'm busy that day. Will there be other options?

This is our first Show Yourself Some Love event, but we hope it won't be our last. Stay tuned for additional dates/locations for future events.


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