Events in March 2024

  • - Megan's Place: Syringe Exchange & more
    Megan's Place: Syringe Exchange & more

    Megan's Place: Syringe Exchange & more


    March 5, 2024

    Every first and third Tuesday from 5-7PM at the SPH Training Center at t 4014 Lake Street, Suite 101, anyone in need can safely & confidentially dispose of used needles & obtain clean needles, and access free resources and information including naloxone (overdose) kits, sanitary products, free rapid on-site HIV/AIDS & Hep-C testing and more.

    You can call (907) 841-7204 or email homerexchange@gmail.com for more information.

    Check out the Facebook page  and website for All Things Recovery, (formerly All Things Addiction and the Southern Kenai Peninsula Opioid Task Force) for more great info and to get involved.

    Additionally, South Peninsula Hospital accepts sharps on the second Wednesday of each month from 1 - 3 p.m. During this time only, sharps will be accepted from the public and only at the loading dock entrance, found on the lower level east side below the main entrance. Refer to this brochure for additional information on safe options for needle disposal and this handout: What should I do if I find a needle?

  • - Wellness Wednesdays: Blue Zones - Secrets to a Long Life
    Wellness Wednesdays: Blue Zones - Secrets to a Long Life

    Wellness Wednesdays: Blue Zones - Secrets to a Long Life


    March 7, 2024

    Join us for an informative discussion on Blue Zones with Renae Blanton, a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with a fellowship/specialty in Integrative Medicine at Ninilchik Traditional Council.

    Learn about the world’s “Blue Zones,” communities whose elders live with vim and vigor to record-setting age. We’ll discuss how creating blue zone communities is effective and thought provoking in creating healthy communities!

    Kachemak Bay Campus - Room 202
  • - Wellness Wednesdays: Contemplative Practices across Traditions
    Wellness Wednesdays: Contemplative Practices across Traditions

    Wellness Wednesdays: Contemplative Practices across Traditions


    March 13, 2024

    Join us for a thought provoking discussion and practical application with Rev. Lisa Talbott, pastor of Homer United Methodist Church, as she shares how contemplative practices unite us across traditions, reminding us to connect to what we find most meaningful in life.
    Contemplative practices are practical, radical, and transformative, and assist us in developing capacities for deep concentration and quieting the mind in the midst of the action and distraction that fills everyday life
    Kachemak Bay Campus - Room 202
  • - Down with Downey: Live at Five- Sleep: The Palace of Restoration
    Down with Downey: Live at Five- Sleep: The Palace of Restoration

    Down with Downey: Live at Five- Sleep: The Palace of Restoration


    March 14, 2024

    Join Dr. Rob Downey on the Seaworthy Functional Medicine Facebook Page on Thursday, March 14th at 5:00pm as he shares insights into the critical importance of sleep for your health and immune resilience. Learn how to have your best sleep! Join us for an in-depth Q&A after his short presentation.

    Have a question about a talk or interested in a topic? Send questions or topic ideas to fmc@sphosp.org.

    Missed a talk? Head over to vimeo.com\sphosp to see all previously recorded talks!

     

  • - Megan's Place: Syringe Exchange & more
    Megan's Place: Syringe Exchange & more

    Megan's Place: Syringe Exchange & more


    March 19, 2024

    Every first and third Tuesday from 5-7PM at the SPH Training Center at t 4014 Lake Street, Suite 101, anyone in need can safely & confidentially dispose of used needles & obtain clean needles, and access free resources and information including naloxone (overdose) kits, sanitary products, free rapid on-site HIV/AIDS & Hep-C testing and more.

    You can call (907) 841-7204 or email homerexchange@gmail.com for more information.

    Check out the Facebook page  and website for All Things Recovery, (formerly All Things Addiction and the Southern Kenai Peninsula Opioid Task Force) for more great info and to get involved.

    Additionally, South Peninsula Hospital accepts sharps on the second Wednesday of each month from 1 - 3 p.m. During this time only, sharps will be accepted from the public and only at the loading dock entrance, found on the lower level east side below the main entrance. Refer to this brochure for additional information on safe options for needle disposal and this handout: What should I do if I find a needle?

  • - SPH Board of directors Meeting (open to the public)
    SPH Board of directors Meeting (open to the public)

    SPH Board of directors Meeting (open to the public)


    March 27, 2024

    Monthly Board meetings are generally held every fourth Wednesday of the month at 5:30pm.  The public is welcome to attend the meetings virtually and in person in the hospital's conference rooms (located on the lower level - please use the Bartlett Street entrance).

    Click here to join Zoom meeting
    Meeting ID: 878 0782 1015 Pwd: 931197
    Phone Line: 669-900-9128 or 301-715-8592

    Meeting agendas, minutes and packets can be found here. Packets are generally posted on the Monday prior to the Board meetings.

    Information on how to join the virtual meetings and make public comments can be found here: Attending Board of Directors Meetings Virtually

    South Peninsula Hospital, Inc. is non-profit organization governed by an 11-member board of directors which ensures the hospital is fiscally sound while maintaining the quality of care and types of services desired by the residents in the Southern Kenai Peninsula Hospital Service Area.

    The board members are appointed to three-year terms upon completing an interview process by the board's Membership Committee.

    The Board welcomes and encourages community input for the direction of your hospital. Please plan to attend a meeting (public comments are welcomed at the beginning and end of the meeting), or email a message to them at sphbod@sphosp.org.

    South Peninsula Hospital Conference Rooms 1 & 2
    4300 Bartlett Street
    Homer,