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April 2012
Events

Events for Your Patients

Throughout the year, Northwest Community Healthcare hosts a wide range of health and wellness seminars, screenings and events for area residents. These programs are intended to be educational and informative, serving as a complement to the existing relationship established between physicians and their patients.

Medical staff members are encouraged to share this information with patients.

Girl Talk – Women's Pelvic Health Seminar

Tuesday, May 15

During this free seminar, women will learn more about treatment options available for pelvic pain during periods, intercourse or bowel movements, excessive bleeding, infertility, post-menopausal bleeding and abnormal pap smears. Click here for a printer-friendly flier to share with patients. To register, individuals can call NCH HealthConnection at 847.618.4YOU or visit the NCH Online Events Guide here.

Joint Replacement Seminars

May 1 and June 6

Orthopedic physicians on NCH's medical staff will share information on the latest treatments and therapies for hip and knee pain, including joint replacement and the new MAKOplasty® partial knee resurfacing procedure. NCH nursing and therapy experts will discuss the overall joint replacement process for patients at NCH including Home Care and Physical Rehabilitation Services. Registration is required for this free event. Click here for a printer-friendly flier to share with patients, or visit nch.org/jointpain.

Sports Injury Clinic

Monday, May 14

NCH's Sports Injury Clinic is a free screening opportunity available to anyone who has a sports related injury and/or sports performance concern. NCH athletic trainers and physical therapists take a brief history and perform a screening assessment. Attendees are given documented recommendations for follow-up care and are encouraged to share findings with their physician. Space is limited, so registration for this free screening is required. Click here for a printer-friendly flier to share with patients.

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Last Updated 03/15/2012