South Peninsula Hospital welcomes Carol Klamser, DNP, as a new family practice provider at South Peninsula Hospital. She will begin her practice in the hospital’s specialty clinic at the same building, 4201 Bartlett Street, on Friday, Nov. 15. Appointments with Carol can be made at 235-0310.
Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable deaths from trauma and the greater the number of people who know how to control bleeding in an injured patient, the greater that individual’s chances of surviving their injury. South Peninsula Hospital is on a mission to help prevent deaths from bleeding emergencies by empowering the public through trainings called Stop the Bleed. During these trainings, individuals learn skills for stopping bleeding both by using only their hands and with a full trauma first aid kit available.
The first community training will take place on Saturday, November 23 from 10-11am at the hospital’s training room on Pioneer Avenue. Registration is required by calling 235-0285. The training is free, and Stop the Bleed kits will be available for purchase. Attendees will not only learn the techniques, but also be offered the opportunity to become a certified trainer from Stop the Bleed, a program of the American College of Surgeons in cooperation with the Department of Defense.
We offer childbirth, newborn care, and breastfeeding classes free of charge on a rotating basis throughout the year. These classes are all held on Tuesday Evenings from 5:30pm – 7:30pm in the South Peninsula Hospital Conference Rooms 1 & 2 (park in the lower parking lot and enter through the double doors by the cafeteria).
Click here for dates, topics & more information on the upcoming Winter 2019 Class Series from November 19th through December 17th with Laura Greet, CNM & Julie McCarron, CNM, Certified Lactation Consultant.
You may bring a coach with you to class, you may bring food, and you may come to all, a few or even just one class!
For more information please contact the West Wing Midwives at (907) 435-3040