• Community Screenings and Events

    There are numerous wellness activities happening all around our region in any given week. The community wellness calendar brings together the events, education and resources you need to make healthy living a priority. Be sure to take advantage of the unique opportunities our community partners and other members have to offer.

  • Community screenings and education


  • Diabetes Self Management Program - Bristol Regional Medical Center - November

    November 11, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Holston Valley Medical Center - November

    November 19, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Tri-Cities Lifestyles Center - November

    November 20, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Hawkins County Memorial - November

    November 21, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Lonesome Pine Hospital - December

    December 01, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Bristol Regional Medical Center - December

    December 02, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Holston Valley Medical Center - December

    December 17, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Tri-Cities Lifestyles Center - December

    December 18, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Hawkins County Memorial - December

    December 19, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

  • Entertainment and recreation


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  • Exercise and Fitness


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