Classes and wellness events for you

Bring your lunch, enjoy a complimentary beverage card and listen to Edward-Elmhurst physicians and staff present a variety of interesting Healthy Driven topics.

Edward Heart Hospital, Lobby Conference Room, 801 S. Washington, Naperville, Noon-1:00 pm

Winter Blues Busters
Wednesday, December 13
Winter’s arrival brings shortened days, overcast skies and colder temperatures. For many, it also brings fatigue, changes in appetite and depression that, at the very least, slow us down and in the worst cases can be debilitating. Join Amish Doshi, MD, physician with Edward Medical Group and on staff at Edward Hospital, to learn about the steps you can take to minimize the impact of Winter Blues on your mood and your life.

Registration is required. Register online or call 630-527-6363.

Type II Diabetes Support Group
Thursday, January 4, 2018            
6:30-8:00 pm
Edward Outpatient Center, Building A
Lower Level, Conference Room 1
24600 W. 127th Street,  Plainfield

Join our Support Group, led by Certified Diabetes Educator Barbara Kopelman, to share ideas, questions and concerns as well as learn strategies for living with Type II Diabetes. Please RSVP to Barbara Kopelman, RN, CDE at (630) 646-5174 or Barbara.Kopelman@EEHealth.org

Understanding How To Navigate Your Health Insurance
Elmhurst Hospital, Cancer Center Conference Room 
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

You’ve selected your insurance for the new year. Now learn how to advocate for yourself and leverage your resources. Learn how to accurately determine the level of your insurance coverage, best practices for speaking to and corresponding with carriers, what to do if a claim is denied and ways of dealing with specialized treatments and drug regimes. Bring a recent Explanation of Benefits and/or medical bill and let our expert walk you through it.

This class is offered for people directly impacted by cancer.
There is no cost. Registration is required.
Please call 630-527-6363 to register or online at www.wellnesshouse.org.
This program is being offered in partnership with Wellness House.

Evening Conversation: Afib Awareness
Approximately 2.7 million Americans are living with atrial fibrillation, or Afib. Afib is a condition that causes a rapid, irregular heartbeat. Complications from atrial fibrillation include blood clots, stroke, heart failure, and other heart conditions. Please join Moeen Saleem, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist with Advocate Health Midwest Heart Specialists and on staff at Edward Hospital, as he speaks about atrial fibrillation symptoms, risks, complications, and the current treatment options available. 

Tuesday, February 6, 2018
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Edward Hospital, 801 S. Washington, Naperville
Education Center Auditorium (3rd floor)


Evening Conversation: Mitral Valve and other Arrhythmias

According to the American Heart Association, the term "arrhythmia" refers to any change from the normal sequence of electrical impulses in the heart. Mitral valve deficiencies, among other conditions, can lead to arrhythmias.  With arrhythmias, the heart might beat irregularly, too fast, too slow or erratically, any of which can affect the heart’s ability to provide adequate blood supply to the body and organs. Join Cash Casey, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist with Advocate Health Midwest Heart Specialists and on staff at Elmhurst Hospital, to learn more about rhythm disorders and current treatment options available.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Elmhurst Hospital, 155 E. Brush Hill Road, Elmhurst
Arboretum Conference Center, Oak Room


Lunch & Learn: Living your Best Life with Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes: Medical and Lifestyle Approaches for Control and Prevention.
Are you struggling to gain control over your escalating or erratic blood sugars? A diagnosis of diabetes or pre-diabetes can leave you feeling vulnerable and powerless. We can help. There are medications and lifestyle changes that can put you back in the driver’s seat. Please join Stacy Centeno, APN with Edward Medical Group, to learn about these approaches and how they can improve your quality of life.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Noon – 1pm
Edward Hospital, 801 S. Washington, Naperville
Heart Hospital Conference Room

Register online or call 630-527-6363.

Evening Conversation

Please attend our Healthy Driven Evening Conversations with Edward-Elmhurst Health physicians and staff as they present current trends in healthcare and important hot topics in the community.

Edward Hospital, Education Center Auditorium, 7:00 pm, Free

Afib Awareness
Approximately 2.7 million Americans are living with atrial fibrillation, or Afib. Afib is a condition that causes a rapid, irregular heartbeat. Complications from atrial fibrillation include blood clots, stroke, heart failure, and other heart conditions. Please join Moeen Saleem, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist with Advocate Health Midwest Heart Specialists and on staff at Edward Hospital, as he speaks about atrial fibrillation symptoms, risks, complications, and the current treatment options available. 

Tuesday, February 6, 2018
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Edward Hospital, 801 S. Washington, Naperville
Education Center Auditorium (3rd floor)

Elmhurst Hospital, Arboretum Conference Center, 7:00 pm, Free

Mitral Valve and other Arrhythmias
According to the American Heart Association, the term "arrhythmia" refers to any change from the normal sequence of electrical impulses in the heart. Mitral valve deficiencies, among other conditions, can lead to arrhythmias.  With arrhythmias, the heart might beat irregularly, too fast, too slow or erratically, any of which can affect the heart’s ability to provide adequate blood supply to the body and organs. Join Cash Casey, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist with Advocate Health Midwest Heart Specialists and on staff at Elmhurst Hospital, to learn more about rhythm disorders and current treatment options available.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Elmhurst Hospital, 155 E. Brush Hill Road, Elmhurst
Arboretum Conference Center, Oak Room

Registration is required for all programs and events. Visit www.EEHealth.org/classes-events or call 630 527-6363

 

Smoking Cessation

Integrative Medicine Smoking Cessation (Hypnosis & One-on-One Counseling)

On-going 4 week program
Wednesdays 9 am – 12 pm; 5 pm – 6 pm on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month
$195

Smoking is a strong, complicated addiction. You need the best tools to help with the physical and emotional symptoms. Hypnosis and acupuncture are great resources to help you succeed. During hypnosis for smoking cessation, a patient is often asked to imagine unpleasant outcomes from smoking, which can help later when the desire to smoke occurs. Acupuncture can help stop jitters, curb cravings, lessen irritability and restlessness, increase relaxation and detoxify the body. The Integrative Medicine Clinic, located at Elmhurst Hospital, offers a four-week smoking cessation program by hypnosis, counseling and acupuncture (if you wish). The program can give you the support you need to kick the habit for good. Learn more and call 331-221-6135 to register (sessions available by appointment, at your convenience).

Lifestyle Under Construction

12 week session begins February 6, 2018. 
Initial evaluations begin in January 2018.
Edward Hospital, Heart Hospital Main Conference Room, 801 S. Washington, Naperville

Next session begins February 6th, Scheduling initial evaluations for January. If you are at risk for Metabolic Syndrome and want to change the way you think about food and exercise, this medically supervised program will equip you for long-term success! The program includes an initial 90 minute evaluation with a cardiac nurse, dietitian and exercise physiologist followed by 12 one hour group meetings plus two 60-minute exercise sessions each week. For more information and/or to register, please call (630) 527-2825.

Lunch and Learn

Bring your lunch, enjoy a complimentary beverage card and listen to Edward-Elmhurst physicians and staff present a variety of interesting Healthy Driven topics.

Edward Heart Hospital, Lobby Conference Room, 801 S. Washington, Naperville, Noon-1:00 pm

Winter Blues Busters
Wednesday, December 13
Winter’s arrival brings shortened days, overcast skies and colder temperatures. For many, it also brings fatigue, changes in appetite and depression that, at the very least, slow us down and in the worst cases can be debilitating. Join Amish Doshi, MD, physician with Edward Medical Group and on staff at Edward Hospital, to learn about the steps you can take to minimize the impact of Winter Blues on your mood and your life.

Living your Best Life with Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes: Medical and Lifestyle Approaches for Control and Prevention
Are you struggling to gain control over your escalating or erratic blood sugars? A diagnosis of diabetes or pre-diabetes can leave you feeling vulnerable and powerless. We can help. There are medications and lifestyle changes that can put you back in the driver’s seat. Please join Stacy Centeno, APN with Edward Medical Group, to learn about these approaches and how they can improve your quality of life.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Noon – 1pm
Edward Hospital, 801 S. Washington, Naperville
Heart Hospital Conference Room

Elmhurst Hospital, Arboretum Conference Center, Lower Level, 155 E. Brush Hill Rd, Noon-1:00 pm

Building Stronger Bones
November 2
Bones can become weaker with age, but the good news is that you’re never too old or too young to improve your bone health. Please join, Dr. Priya Jimmy, with Elmhurst Clinic and on staff at Elmhurst Hospital, as she talks about the common bone diseases such as osteoporosis and osteopenia and what you can do to strengthen your bones.

Registration is required for all programs and events.
Online registration
Register here (enter keyword "Lunch and Learn") or call 630-527-6363 to register.

 

 

ProActive Kids

Register Now for the Fall Session: September 18 – November 10
Two Locations: Edward-Elmhurst Health & Fitness Center in Woodridge or Lombard Commons 
To learn more/enroll, call 630-681-1558 or visit ProActive Kids.

Children's Resources

Program Kits for Kids

Cost: Free
Edward-Elmhurst Health has program kits for your children’s group. You teach the class, we provide the syllabus and materials. The following topics are available:

  • Bicycle Safety (Preschool, grade school)
  • First Aid and Safety (Preschool, grade school)
  • Germs Make Me Sick (Preschool, grade school)
  • Taking Care When Home Alone (Ages 9-12)

Call 331-221-6762 for more information or to schedule your kit.

Delicious Meets Nutritious 2018

Edward Hospital, Heart Hospital, 801 S. Washington, Naperville
2018 Evening Sessions begin January 4 and morning sessions begin January 23. There are multiple start dates available. This two week series will meet weekly from either 7pm-8:30 pm or 10am-11:30am. It focuses on flavorful food choices that you can make while still maintaining a well-balanced diet. Learn smart shopping secrets and the best choices for snacking and restaurant eating. A recipe demonstration is included in the series. Register online or call 630-527-6363.

CPR/First Aid Classes

Do you know what to do in case of an emergency? 80% of cardiac arrests happen in the home and are witnessed by a family member. Chance of survival for these individuals is doubled when bystander CPR is initiated. Course offerings include CPR for Family and Friends, Heartsaver CPR/AED and Heartsaver First Aid Basics. For complete class listings in our Naperville, Elmhurst and Lombard locations, and to register, please visit our CPR Course Information/Registration Page: Edward.enrollware.com/schedule

Wellness House

All workshops offered at no cost, but registration is required. To register, please call 630-527-6363.
Wellness House offers ongoing programs that help you cope with a cancer diagnosis and live life to its fullest. Whether you want to connect socially with others or gain knowledge about living with cancer, Wellness House offers several programs for you and your family members.

Understanding How To Navigate Your Health Insurance 
Elmhurst Hospital, Cancer Center Conference Room 
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

You’ve selected your insurance for the new year. Now learn how to advocate for yourself and leverage your resources. Learn how to accurately determine the level of your insurance coverage, best practices for speaking to and corresponding with carriers, what to do if a claim is denied and ways of dealing with specialized treatments and drug regimes. Bring a recent Explanation of Benefits and/or medical bill and let our expert walk you through it.

This class is offered for people directly impacted by cancer. 
There is no cost. Registration is required. 
Please call 630-527-6363 to register or online at www.wellnesshouse.org
This program is being offered in partnership with Wellness House.