Helping You Take Control of Your Health
Today, medical studies have concluded that the risk and severity of many illnesses, such as heart disease and certain types of cancer, can be reduced through lifestyle changes and preventive measures.
Providing care for the whole person requires a commitment to offering health resources that help people prevent, understand and manage disease processes.
Glendale Adventist Medical Center offers a variety of programs, most of which are free or have a nominal fee, to help people of all ages learn more about safe and healthy lifestyles. Programs include:
- Baby care basics
- Exercise programs
- Aquatic therapy program
- Senior exercise program
- Smoking cessation
- Grief support
A variety of support groups meet at the medical center to provide persons education and support as they make lifestyle changes and address personal difficulties.
Glendale Adventist Medical Center also sponsors community health screenings for common diseases and conditions, including prostate and breast cancer.
For current information about the hospital's class schedule, click here.