Living Well Alaska: Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops

The upcoming Living Well Alaska Workshop Series is scheduled for March 6th through April 10th, on Wednesdays from 4:30 – 6:30 PM at Homer Medical Center.

Living Well Alaska is a six-session weekly workshop for adults with all kinds of ongoing health conditions and their family or caregivers.  Developed by Stanford University and endorsed by the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services, Living Well workshops help you take control of your ongoing health condition, rather than letting it control you.

February is Heart Health Month!

Don’t let it happen to you or your loved ones. Learn how to be heart healthy with these specials, offered throughout February in honor of Heart Health Month.

Heart Health Blood Screening ($199)

A specialized panel of blood tests to assess cardiac health which screens for cholesterol, cardiac and diabetes risk. Includes Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, Cardiac and Cholesterol Lipid Panel, and High Sensitivity CRP. A $427 value, for only $199 during the month of February! No referral or appointment is necessary. Check in at hospital’s front desk to register. Payment due at time of service by cash or check only.

Safe Sitter One-Day Essentials with CPR

As a registered Safe Sitter Teaching Site, South Peninsula Hospital offers the 1-day Essentials with CPR Certification for students in grade 6-8 several times throughout the school year and summer.  The next scheduled course is Friday, March 8th from 9:00am – 4:30pm.  Students will learn safety skills, child care skills including behavior management, first aid skills, choking rescue and CPR for infants and children, as well as important life & business skills.

Registration is required by March 6th, 2019.  The course fee is $50.00, and scholarships are available upon request!  To register, please contact South Peninsula Hospital Health & Wellness at (907) 235-0970 or email us at

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