Melissa Soellner, Memorial Hospital's Dietitian is proud to introduce a FREE Weight Loss Group, The program provides structure, support and accountability to those looking to lose weight. Those who participate in the program will be supplied with nutrition and activity action plans to help them reach their goals.
The annual program follows the CDC Prediabetes Curriculum and will include 1 meeting a week for the first 16 weeks (March 9 through June 22), 2 meetings a month for the following two months (July 6 through February 2021). Meetings will approximately 1 hour.
We are planning to offer a few in-person slots to participants as well as a virtual ZOOM option.
Pre-registration is required for both options.
ZOOM link will be provided upon registration. (Access to video and microphone is preferred for class interaction)
To register, please call: 618-826-4581 ext 1223
Jill Arbeiter, RN and prenatal educator since 1980.
Over 43 years of experience.
For most pregnant women, even if you already have a child, the labor and birth process can be both overwhelming and joyful. Many women and their partners choose to attend childbirth classes to gather information and lessen their anxiety.
Our Curriculum Includes :
• Maternal Nutrition
• Pregnancy Complications
• Infant Feeding
• Child Safety
• Growth & Development
• Discipline & Bringing Up Baby
• Cesarean Sections &
• Epidural Information
• Lamaze Breathing &
• Relaxation Techniques
Call for Help helps people overcome a variety of personal crises, ranging from sexual assault and poverty, to homelessness and mental illness. We change lives by giving people skills and support that empower them to overcome emotional and physical crisis.
Call for Help is stationed at Memorial the first and third Wednesday of every month from 10:00am-2:00pm.