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Freedom From Smoking

This American Lung Association eight-session stop-smoking program uses a positive behavior-change approach which teaches you how to become a nonsmoker for good. Throughout the program, you will receive special attention in dealing with recovery symptoms, controlling weight, managing stress, and fighting those urges to go back to smoking. Provided at no cost to the community, this program is taught at SGMC’s main campus, Smith Northview campus, Berrien campus, and Lanier campus. - 
View our 2015 Freedom From Smoking Schedule Flyer or Calendar of Events

Heart Facts

Held quarterly, this two-part series addresses risk factors for coronary artery disease, and how your chances for developing CAD can be reduced with proper nutrition, exercise and management. Lunch is provided. Meetings are held in Cardiac Rehab from 11am - 12pm. Registration is required, please contact 229.245.6211 to register.

Heart Health Expo

Held each February in observance of Heart Health Awareness, the annual Heart Health Expo focuses on heart-related health issues. Physicians, cardiac rehabilitation nurses and the American Heart Association offer educational materials, blood pressure checks, cholesterol checks and free EKG’s.

Compressions-Only CPR

CPR Certified trainers offer Compressions-Only CPR training to groups.  Compressions-Only CPR offers instruction on giving CPR to an adult that suddenly collapses, without the use of rescue-breathing techniques.  If your school, civic, religious or other organization is interested in learning Compressions-Only CPR call 229.333.1074 to request a presentation and demonstration. ->View our Compressions-Only Flyer