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UNIFORM SALE BEING SPONSORED BY TBH FOUNDATION
 
 
            The Bellevue Hospital Foundation is sponsoring a Uniform Sale on Thursday and Friday, April 10-11, at The Bellevue Hospital Conference Rooms A&B. Hours on Thursday will be 1-5 p.m., and hours on Friday will be 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
 
            A dressing room will be available. Brands will include Cherokee, Dickies, Runway by Cherokee, Workwear, Baby Phat, Scrub HQ, Tooniforms, Skechers, and
Littmann Stethoscopes. Categories include: tops, jackets, pants, footwear, and medical accessories.
 
Proceeds to benefit the newly formed Employee Assistance Fund through TBH Foundation. For additional information, contact June Washburn at 419.483.4040, Ext. 4408.

"Arthritis Support Group"
           
            The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) and the Northeast Ohio Arthritis Foundation are teaming together to offer an arthritis support group. The Bellevue Area Arthritis Support Group will meet on Tuesday, April 8 at 7 p.m. in the Administration Conference Room at the hospital.
            The group usually meets the second Tuesday of each month and focuses on information for those dealing with arthritis. The group is free and open to the public. Education and understanding are keys to recovery and rehabilitation. Family members and significant others are encouraged to attend.
            For additional information, contact Loretta Hoy at 419.483.3611.

REIKI CIRCLE CLASSES OFFERED AT TBH
 
 
            The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) is sponsoring Reiki Healing Touch Group Circle classes, with the next meeting set for Tuesday, April 8 from 6-8 p.m. in the hospital’s Conference Rooms A&B. Topic for the program will be “Disease Care vs Wellness Care.” Patricia Zilles, Reiki master practitioner and class coordinator, will lead the discussion.
According Zilles, Reiki healing promotes overall balance to help you feel better and function better. This non-invasive practice is safe, and supports any medical treatment or drugs prescribed by your doctor.
“Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Integrative Medicine has become one of the leading research-focused programs in the country, noted Zilles. “The Center for Integrative Medicine looks into the role of mind/body/spirit and lifestyle changes and how they can affect chronic disease. Their studies yield evidence-based results that continue to encourage medical schools, hospitals and physicians to accept and incorporate these methods. For example, research at Cleveland Clinic has shown that integrative medicine, including guided imagery, massage or Reiki, can help patients reduce their anxiety before surgery, to cope better with postoperative pain and to maximize their recovery.”
            Sessions are open to the public and to nurses who are Reiki Practitioners, Life Coaches, Energy Bodyworkers, Reflexologists, Massage Therapists, and all other modalities and wellness alternatives.
            Reiki Circles are scheduled monthly every second Tuesday at TBH, usually from 6-8 p.m. Attendance is free. For additional information on the Reiki classes, contact Zilles at 419.355.1283.
            Information on all TBH programs can be found on-line at www.bellevuehospital.com.

 
 
            Topic of the program will be “What Works for You?” with guest speaker Denise Bullion, RN, CDE.
            The support group is free and open to the public. Topics for future monthly meetings are generated by ideas from those who attend the programs. The group normally meets on the second Wednesday of each month.
            Information on all hospital programs is available on the hospital’s website at www.bellevuehospital.com.
            For further information call 419.483.4040 in Bellevue; 419.547.0074 in Clyde; or 419.639.2065 in Fremont, Old Fort, Green Springs and Republic. Dial or ask for Extension 4303.

HEALTH SCREENINGS OFFERED BY TBH
 
           
            The Bellevue Hospital is providing free glucose (blood sugar) and blood pressure checks at six different Bellevue and Clyde locations in April.
 
            In Clyde, screenings are set for the following locations and days: Miller SuperValu, April 23, 9-11 a.m.; and Senior Center, April 24, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
 
            In Bellevue, screenings are set for the following locations and days: Bassett’s Market, April 8, 9-11 a.m.; Hogue’s IGA, April 15, 9-11 a.m.; Recreation Center, April 28, 8-10 a.m.; and Senior Center, April 29, Noon-1 p.m.
 
            For additional information, visit the hospital’s website at www.bellevuehospital.com, or call 419.483.4040 (Bellevue); 419.547.0074 (Clyde); or 419.639.2065 (Fremont, Old Fort, Green Springs and Republic).  Dial or ask for Extension 6610.

"Take a Morning Health Break at The Bellevue Hospital"
 
            The Bellevue Hospital’s monthly community service, Morning Health Break, will be held on Monday, April 7. The event is scheduled from 8:00-11:00 a.m. in Conference Rooms A&B at the 1400 West Main Street facility in Bellevue.
            The April 7 event will offer free blood pressure checks; free glucose (blood sugar) tests; a cholesterol test for $10; and an A1C diabetes test for $10. Both the glucose and cholesterol tests require 10 hours of fasting for best results.
            Morning Health Break is a program that offers free or reduced health screenings, educational literature, light breakfast and a registered nurse to answer questions about health. 
            The goal of the program is to focus on the importance of a healthy lifestyle and learning how to be healthier.  Health care professionals are available to answer questions and provide health screenings for community members. This program is not meant to take the place of seeing a doctor or getting a second opinion.
            Information on community health programs is available on the hospital’s website at www.bellevuehospital.com.
            For additional information, call 419.483.4040 (Bellevue); 419.547.0074 (Clyde); or 419.639.2065 (Fremont, Old Fort, Green Springs and Republic).  Dial or ask for Extension 6610.

MOMS support group

The meeting of the monthly support group designed for new mothers and their babies will be held on Thursday, April 3 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. the East Conference Room at The Bellevue Hospital (TBH).

            The support group, sponsored by The Family Birthing Center, is called M.O.M.S., Mothers Offering Mutual Support.  The group is free and open to all new mothers, and is co-sponsored by The Breastfeeding Coalition of Sandusky County and the Sandusky County WIC Program.
            M.O.M.S. offers useful information and programs.  Experienced mothers will also share what they have learned with the newer mothers of the group. Discussion will include such topics as feeding/nursing issues, and sleeping habits. Mothers are encouraged to bring their babies, suggestions and questions. Please bring quiet toys to keep your children occupied.
            To register or for further information call in Bellevue, 419-483-4040, Clyde, 419-547-0074, or Fremont, Old Fort, Green Springs and Republic, 419-639-2065.  Dial or ask for the Family Birthing Center at Extension 4363.
              For a listing of all of the hospital’s educational classes and health screenings, visit the web site at www.bellevuehospital.com

    
 
            The Bellevue Hospital is offering an upcoming Lamaze Prepared Childbirth course, beginning on Wednesday, April 2, from 6-8:30 p.m. The class will be held in the hospital's Conference Rooms A & B.
            The five-week Lamaze Prepared Childbirth Class is designed to prepare expectant parents for a positive birth experience.  Participants will also learn the coping skills and options available to form a personalized birth plan.
            The program will include topics of the stages of labor, when to go to the hospital, progressive relaxation, breathing techniques, medications and their uses, Cesarean delivery and labor rehearsal.  Other topics include nutrition, weight gain and anatomy.  The group will also take a tour of the Family Birthing Center, learn what to expect after delivery, and about newborn characteristics.
            The last session of the program will address issues for grandparents and assist them in dealing with the changes that have occurred since their children were born.
            A $30 class fee will be collected.
            Information on TBH screenings and programs can also be found on our website at www.bellevuehospital.com.
            To register or for further information, phone: in Bellevue, 419.483.4040; Clyde, 419.547.0074; or Fremont, Old Fort, Green Springs and Republic, 419.639.2065. Dial or ask for Extension 3067.

FITNESS SESSIONS UNDERWAY
 
            Fitness instructors Ashley Tyler and Ashley Dendinger, Yoga instructor Karen Branco, and The Bellevue Hospital are teaming together to offer a variety of Fitness Classes at the Bellevue Recreation Center Shelter House, located at 110 Cherry Blvd. The Shelter House is located directly behind Mil’Lympic Swimming Pool.
            The new Spring class lineup is underway from March 31 through May 9 and includes:
            SENIOR AEROBICS: Senior Friends for Fitness Classes, suited for those ages 55 and older, are held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00-9:45 a.m. These classes feature a warm-up period, low impact aerobics, stretching, and a cool-down period.
            LOW-IMPACT AEROBICS: Held Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9-9:45 a.m. Get all the benefits of cardiovascular exercise without jumping. Also uses stability ball, weights and mats.
            STRENGTH & SCULPTING CLASS: Held Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Uses weights, bands and body weight exercises to target and tone your muscles.
            KICKBOXING: Held Tuesdays from 6:45-7:30 p.m. Uses punches and kicks to burn fat and calories while reducing tension. Optional use of punching bags for increased calorie burn.
            MUSCLE MIX: Uses a variety of drills designed to increase your heart rate and make you sweat and burn calories. This class meets Tuesdays & Thursdays from 4:30-5:15 p.m.
            YOGA: This class incorporates gentle stretching, balancing, deep breathing and relaxation for whole body health. Classes are Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
            Participants for any of these classes are encouraged to consult their family physician before joining any exercise program.
            Class fees are $5 per class, or six weeks of yoga for $20 or six weeks of fitness classes for $25.
            For additional information on any of the fitness classes held at the Bellevue Community Center, contact Mandi King at 419.483.4040, Ext. 4625.

 

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