Kendall Regional Medical Center (KRMC) brings its 8th Annual Superhero Safety Fair to Doral Central Park on June 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. With more than 2,000 costumed attendees in the past, the event has a way of bringing friends and families of the community together for a day of activities and entertainment.
Children will get the chance to have their little faces painted, ride ponies, and jump on colorful inflatables, while their families enjoy free food and musical entertainment brought by local schools.
As an adult and pediatric trauma and burn center, KRMC is committed to the education and prevention of accidents, injuries, and burns. The Superhero Safety Fair is designed to help families with children prepare for a safe and fun-filled summer by providing educational health and safety activities, including water safety, bicycle safety, burn and fire safety.
The Superhero-themed event partners with police, firefighters, teachers, and healthcare professionals to give kids a chance to meet their everyday heroes. Everyone is invited to come out dressed up as his or her favorite superhero and enjoy a fun-filled day at Kendall Regional Medical Center’s Superhero Safety Fair.
Kendall Regional Medical Center, an award-winning 417-bed hospital, is recognized for providing a wide array of services to the residents of South Florida, as well as visitors from around the world. KRMC offers 24-hour comprehensive medical, surgical and diagnostic services, including trauma and burn care, pediatrics and maternity services, an orthopedic and spine institute, along with patient and community services.
For over 40 years, KRMC has been committed to expanding and improving every facet of the organization. Today, the hospital has grown into a major tertiary-care teaching facility, with more than 700 physicians and specialists and 1,700 employees.
The main campus of Kendall Regional Medical Center is located at 11750 SW 40 St., Miami, FL 33175. For information visit www.kendallmed.com or call 305-223-2200.