The 100-Day Heart Challenge is a health competition where participants make healthy lifestyle changes to diet and exercise to improve their heart health.
Mental Health Awareness Night is an free evening workshop for local leaders to explain the counseling and medical resources available in Utah County.
Clinical staff caring for newborns and pediatric patients are invited to attend the annual Newborn-Pediatric Critical Care Conference.
Whether you're a first-time parent or a seasoned pro, having a new baby can be intimidating. Prenatal classes can answer your questions and help you feel prepared for your family's new addition.
Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are invited to take part in Race for Red, a 10K, 5K and mile run that raises awareness of heart disease and heart-healthy living.
Medical challenges and loss can often bring unexpected challenges, both physically and emotionally. The ongoing caring support of professionals and others who have experienced similar experiences can provide great healing and relief.
The annual “Composing Your Life” Women’s Health Conference sponsored by Women’s Services at Utah Valley Hospital works to improve the health of women in Utah County.
The Wound Care Conference is designed to help multidisciplinary providers know the history and future of wound care, learn more about wound types, and stay up to date on latest treatment methods.
For those who are caring for someone who has had a brain injury or stroke.
This class is designed to provide factual information and helpful advice about breastfeeding while building confidence in women that breastfeeding can work for mom and baby.
This condensed version of the four-week prenatal class is recommended for all moms.
This free seminar explores the benefits and risks associated with weight loss surgery and allows interested participants to interact with the bariatric physicians.
This four-week Lamaze class is held one night a week for 4 weeks and is intended for women planning to have an unmedicated birth. You should arrange to finish the class 3 to 4 weeks before you are due.
The Prenatal Duo class is a condensed version of the four-week Prenatal Class and a breastfeeding class, and is highly recommended for all moms.
The Gift of Motherhood eLearning Childbirth Education Program is a convenient alternative for expectant parents who cannot attend a conventional prepared childbirth class due to bed rest, scheduling conflicts, or time constraints. It is also useful as a refresher course for repeat parents
The Common Bonds Support Group is for those dealing with the death of an infant or child, or who have had a miscarriage.
The Suicide Support Group is for anyone whose life has been affected by suicide.
A cancer support group for any woman who is a cancer patient or cancer survivor.
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