Join us on Saturday, January 18th from 9AM-10AM to hear from Dr. Larsen (NEW general surgeon at SPH!) about how fiber and water (together) are key to help prevent digestive disease and discomfort! Spend the rest of the hour walking, talking and asking your health questions at SPARC (South Peninsula Athletic & Recreation Center). Please bring clean indoor walking shoes to change into!
Contact email@example.com or call the SPH Health & Wellness Department at (907) 235-0970 for more info! Please visit Walk with a Doc Homer on Facebook – like our page to stay updated, see fun photos from past walks, and more!
Project Homeless Connect is on January 29, 2020 from 9am-4pm at Homer United Methodist Church. This a one-day event for homeless or nearly homeless individuals and families to connect with resources, assistance and supplies to help them on their journey to stability. Free transportation, free haircuts, free food, free childcare and free winter supplies are just a few of the things available that day.
Minutes count! Someone who is severely bleeding can bleed to death in as little as 5 minutes. That’s why bleeding control is the purpose of The American College of Surgeons Stop the Bleed training.
So far, over 30 people in our community have been trained to Stop the Bleed, and over 1 million have been trained worldwide!
Through a Stop the Bleed course, you’ll gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and intervene effectively. The person next to a bleeding victim may be the one who’s most likely to save them.