Baptist Health Lexington’s Cancer Care Center offers the American Cancer Society program “Look Good … Feel Better” to women actively receiving cancer treatment. After guests register, they will receive a free makeup kit to use during the class. The class will be held July 11 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Baptist Health Lexington, 1740 Nicholasville Road. For more information, call Shari Stewart at 859.260.6357.
Girls between 12 and 14 can learn and practice healthy eating and exercise plans during the Girlworx class. The event will also discuss how the media manipulates self image. During the session, girls may also earn Safe Sitter certification. GirlwoRx is held at HealthwoRx Fitness and Wellness Center at Lexington Green.
The first session will be held July 11 through July 15 with the second session being held July 18 to July 22. Each class will begin at 1 and end at 5 p.m. The sessions will be held at Baptist Health Lexington HealthwoRx Fitness and Wellness Center at Lexington Green.
The cost of the classes is $125 which Includes snacks, t-shirt and materials. For more information, call 859.260.6357.
How will you know if you’re really in labor? For what reasons do you go to the hospital? What can you expect at Baptist Health Lexington’s Labor and Delivery unit? Answers to these questions as well as general information about visitation, labor progression, options for delivery, postpartum care, and policies and procedures at Baptist Health Lexington will be discussed during a workshop held July 13 from 6:15 until 8:45 p.m. and July 31 from 5 until 7:30 p.m. A short slide show of the facilities will give you a peek at the labor and delivery rooms, nurseries, and the postpartum/mother-baby area. Mom and partner are encouraged to attend. The class is free and meets in the auditorium of the Baptist Health Lexington Education Center, located on the lower level of Building E (1720).
Baptist Health Lexington will host a pediatric CPR class July 24, from 2 until 5 p.m.
This class will help you feel secure in dealing with emergencies you may encounter with a newborn. Choking, airway obstruction and home/environmental safety issues will be covered. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation for children from birth through 8 years will be taught. Parents, grandparents and babysitters are encouraged to attend.
There is a $30 fee per person or two people can sign up for $50.
This class meets in the Baptist Health Education Center located in the 1720 Building. For more information, call 859.260.6100.
See page 15 of the July 2016 print edition of Hamburg Journal. To subscribe, go to www.hamburgjournal.com