Programs

The Bellevue Hospital recognizes the impact Substance Use Disorder has had on our community and the effect it has on our loved ones. Below is a link to addiction services and treatment resources available in Huron, Sandusky, Seneca and Erie counties.  The Bellevue Hospital also serves as a donation... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital offers a "Babysitting Basics" Class for children who desire to become better babysitters.  The course introduces the future babysitter to the roles and responsibilities of a babysitter.  The course teaches how to handle emergencies and illness.  Students will learn about the... Learn More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person group support groups have been temporarily suspended at The Bellevue Hospital until further notice. Please contact our Pulmonary Rehabilitation Department for support, one-on-one education and resources. Call 419.483.4040, Ext. 4303.   The American Lung... Learn More
The Family Birthing Center of The Bellevue Hospital supports the National Baby Friendly Initiative and the Ohio First Initiative for all babies to be breastfed exclusively for at least 6 months with continued breastfeeding and introduction of solids through the first year.  The Bellevue Hospital... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Program has three phases. Phase I is an educational component for inpatients with heart-related conditions. Education includes videos and one-on-one sessions with skilled cardiac nurses. Phase II is geared for outpatients who have had a heart attack,... Learn More
The 2022 growing season for The Bellevue Hospital’s (TBH) Community Garden will soon be underway!  Entering its 11th year, the Community Garden project is a co-partnership between TBH and the City of Bellevue. All produce grown in the garden is donated to Bellevue Fish and Loaves and Clyde Backdoor... Learn More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person group support groups have been temporarily suspended at The Bellevue Hospital until further notice. Please contact our Cardiac Rehabilitation and Diabetes Education Department for support, one-on-one education and resources. Call 419.483.4040, Ext. 4303... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital Rehabilitation Services Department offers free balance screenings, information on fall prevention, and recommendations for balance improvement. The balance screening is designed for anyone wanting to check their balance or for people with loss of balance, weakness or decreased... Learn More
To help reduce the spread of the flu and flu-like illnesses, and to protect our patients, visitors and community members, The Bellevue Hospital has temporarily suspended our Lamaze Childbirth Preparedness class and Breastfeeding Basics class. We understand this is an exciting time, yet also a... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital hosts a series of Garden Markets throughout the growing season. Drown's Market of Green Springs brings produce to the hospital as a part of the hospital's efforts to support a healthy lifestyle.  The Garden Market offers a wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables and is... Learn More
Due to COVID-19, The Bellevue Hospital has temporarily suspended the community health screenings offered at various locations throughout the area. Please continue to check our website regularly for further updates.    The Bellevue Hospital offers free blood pressure and glucose screenings to the... Learn More
As a service to the community, Samuel Ross, M.D. is offering immunization clinics for individuals of all ages. Individuals do not have to be a regular patient of Dr. Ross to schedule an immunization. The clinics are offered on the third Wednesday of each month from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. at 1255 W. Main... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital educates expectant mothers on infant and child CPR and choking. Infant and child CPR is reviewed during Pregnancy Partners.   More information and training options for infant and child CPR can be found through the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross.  ... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital offers expectant parents several opportunities throughout the year to prepare for the labor and birth of their child through Lamaze Childbirth Classes.   Relaxation, breathing and comfort techniques will be explored and practiced during class.  Information on anatomy, signs of... Learn More
Having a baby is an exciting and life-changing event, that can sometimes lead new moms to feel overwhelmed with questions. That is why The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) is happy to offer the M.O.M.S (Mothers Offering Mutual Support) program. This free breastfeeding support group provides a friendly, non-... Learn More
Having a baby is an exciting and life-changing event, that can sometimes lead new moms to feel overwhelmed with questions. That is why The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) is happy to offer the M.O.M.S (Mothers Offering Mutual Support) program. This free breastfeeding support group provides a friendly, non-... Learn More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the monthly mature audience luncheons have been temporarily suspended until further notice. Please continue to check our website regularly for updated information.  The Bellevue Hospital offers a monthly luncheon and program for those 55 years of age and older.  The... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital's monthly community service Morning and Evening Health Breaks are programs that offer free and reduced health screenings, educational literature, and a registered nurse to answer your health questions. The Health Breaks will be held on select days each month at 1400 W. Main... Learn More
As the expected due date draws closer, parents are excited and full of questions.  The Bellevue Hospital's Pregnancy Partners program offers preparation and education to mothers and fathers for the arrival of their little bundles of joy while offering individual time to ask questions, fill out... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital offers American Red Cross Bloodmobiles several times throughout the year.  To donate, you need to weigh between 110-350 pounds, be at least 17 years old, be in general good health, and be feeling well the day of the blood drive. A person can donate blood every 56 days. The... Learn More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person group support groups have been temporarily suspended at The Bellevue Hospital until further notice. Please contact Stein Hospice at 419.625.5269 for support, education and resources regarding bereavement and ways to cope with the loss of a loved one.   ... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital (TBH) and The Ohio State University at Lima have teamed up to offer area residents a state-of-the-science smoking cessation program. The free, five-week treatment program and research study examines the effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral-hypnosis program on smoking. This... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital’s Speaker’s Bureau has several program topics available to community groups and organizations seeking programs for upcoming meetings.  Programs on a variety of health-related issues are presented free-of-charge, personalized to the needs of the group, and may be presented at... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital offers various support groups, including: Better Breathers Club Support Group Diabetes Support Group Diabetes Prevention Pre-diabetes Workshops Diabetic Review Classes M.O.M.S. Breastfeeding Support Group  Serenity Seekers (Adult Bereavement) Support Group Hope for the... Learn More
The Bellevue Hospital Foundation dedicates The Wellness and Walking Trail to our patients and the communities we serve.  We understand the importance of being well, treating the entire person and caring for our patients as members of our family.  The Wellness and Walking Trail construction began in... Learn More