Adventist HealthCare offers classes, events and activities to support a healthy body, mind and spirit. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and for the safety of our patients and caregivers, all in-person health classes and community events have been canceled until further notice. Some of our classes are now being offered online.
PRENATAL, FAMILY AND WOMEN’S HEALTH
Adventist HealthCare offers online pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding classes so that you can prepare for baby in the comfort and safety of your home.
Registration: Online classes are available, FREE for a limited time, to all moms who are registered for labor and delivery at an Adventist HealthCare Birth Center. For more information, visit AHCYou.com/SU20Birth.
Adventist HealthCare offers several support groups for parents. Groups are currently meeting online. To learn more, visit AHCYou. com/SU20Calendar or call 877-684-1511.
Breastfeeding Education, Support and Togetherness
When: Wednesdays from 10:30 –11:30 a.m. Preregistration is required.
Where: Visit AHCYou.com/SU20Support for more details.
Discovering Motherhood: Adjusting to Your New Role
When: Meets every Monday 10:30–11:30 a.m.
Where: Visit AHCYou.com/SU20Motherhood for more details.
ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS
Weight-Loss Surgery Informational Seminars
Learn about the life-changing weight-loss surgery options offered at Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center.
Info: Ongoing series, open to all; call 240-826-5278 for information.
Post-Op Weight-Loss Surgery Support Group
This group provides ongoing support for those who have had weight-loss surgery. Registration is not required.
Info: Call 240-826 5278 for more information.
Table of Contents
- Conquering COVID-19 While Pregnant: Compassionate Care Helps Mom-to-Be Recover in Time for Baby
- Our Healthcare Heroes: Get to Know Team Members on the Front Line
- Living Healthy
- Overcoming Challenges
- Eating Healthy During Uncertain Times
- Staying Healthy
- Kindness Is Not Cancelled
- Angels Among Us
- Time to Start Moving: Make Exercise Part of a New Routine
- DARCARS Lends a Hand to Hospital Workers