Erlanger Offers Classes And Events For Sept. 16-19

Monday, September 9, 2013

The Erlanger schedule of classes and events for September 16-19 includes baby care safety, diabetes education and cholesterol screenings.  A free program presented by leading physicians on stroke will take place on Saturday, September 14.  Registration is required.  For more information on our classes and events, call Erlanger HealthLink at 778-LINK (5465), seven days a week from 8 a.m. until midnight. HealthLink Plus is a free membership program open to adults 18 and older.  

Monday, September 16
Bariatric Support Group
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Erlanger Chattanooga Lifestyle Center
Bariatric Support Group meetings are for individuals scheduled to have Bariatric surgery or who have already had weight loss surgery.  Call Erlanger’s HealthLink at 778-LINK (5465) for more information. 

Tuesday, September 17
Baby Care & Safety
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Erlanger Baroness (Downtown)
With times changing and discharge occurring earlier, “Baby Care” provides you with helpful items on caring for your baby at home.  This class will help you plan and prepare for a safe home environment.  Registration fee is $25.  Call Erlanger’s HealthLink at 788-LINK (5465) to register.  

Wednesday, September 18
Bone Density Screen
9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Erlanger East (Gunbarrel Road)
This screening for osteoporosis is a pixi-screening of the ankle to determine if further treatment or examination for bone loss is necessary. Registration is required.  Appointments are limited.  Call 778-LINK (5465) to register. 

Thursday, September 19
Diabetes Education Class
1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Erlanger Chattanooga Lifestyle Center
This class will explore ways to manage diabetes.  Call 778-9400 for more information on physician referral and insurance reimbursement. 


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