Classes and Events

Primary Care advanced practitioners will conduct routine exams for all family members. Physician office visit fees will apply. Call 570-473-0545 for an appointment.

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Women's Health practitioners will conduct routine exams. Physician office visit fees will apply. Call 570-523-8700 for an appointment.

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This class helps new parents and other caregivers learn how to take care of a new baby.

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This class is for expectant parents interested in the advantages of breastfeeding and anyone who may be providing support to the new mother.

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Children ages 11 and older can learn everything they need to know to gain the skills and confidence needed to babysit and earn parents' trust.

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A program for expectant parents during the last three months of pregnancy, this class helps you prepare for the physical and emotional effects of labor and delivery.

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This structured, hands-on session in basic life support is for healthcare professionals seeking an alternative method for completing an initial or renewal BLS course.

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This American Heart Association skills class teaches students the cognitive information needed for first aid, CPR and AED training.

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This American Heart Association course is for the healthcare provider in and out of hospital settings in need of CPR certification.

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Preventive health screens to detect risk factors for heart disease, stroke, and other serious illnesses

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This American Heart Association course is for anyone who wants to learn basic first aid skills and how to give CPR to an adult, child, and infant, and use an AED.

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This course is for children ages 2-10 who are anticipating the birth of a brother or sister.

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The AARP Smart Driver classroom course teaches safe driving techniques that can make a difference in your life and community.

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The bariatric support group is for those interested in learning more about bariatric surgery; for current and former bariatric patients, and their families.

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This six-week course keys in on the dimensions of health and wellness: goal setting and behavior change, social support, physical activity, nutrition, stress management, and overall well-being.

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The Empty Arms support group is for those who have experienced the loss of a baby.

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This American Heart Association course is for anyone who wants to learn how to give CPR to an adult, child, and infant and use an AED.

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This 6-week class teaches you how to listen, meditate, stretch, relax strengthen, and breathe.

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Free blood pressure screenings are offered at various locations throughout the community every month/

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Free blood sugar screenings are offered at various locations throughout the community every month.

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Evangelical offers "Talk with the Doc" seminars on a variety of health topics throughout the year.

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Why Weight is a 6-week weight management program led by a certified health coach and registered dietitian.

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A comprehensive blood screening can provide important details about your health, giving you and your physician the power to plan ahead.

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This free membership program includes lectures designed especially for seniors.

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January 07, 2019

This 6-week program is for women of all ages who are seeking a safe, fun, and challenging strength-training program.

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February 15, 2019

You can assess your risk of having a heart attack or stroke during Evangelical's free Healthy Heart Screening offered in February.

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