Monthly Calendar

Get the latest information about expertise, technology and educational programs available
through Salina Regional Health Center and its affiliates.

April 2016

April 4 - Look Good, Feel Better

For those dealing with effects of cancer treatment who would like to learn techniques
for skin and nail care, make-up application, and ways to increase self-esteem.
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: 511 S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, First Floor Conference Room
Contact: Pam Ehlts, (785) 452-7037 or Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848
Cost: Free (contact Pam or Linda to confirm meeting dates/times)

April 7 - What Is Diabetes: Healthy Eating

This program is open to anyone including those newly diagnosed with diabetes, those who have had diabetes for a long time and anyone who simply wants to learn more. The instructors are nurses and dieticians who are Certified Diabetes Educators, a pharmacist and a physical therapist.
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, Conference Rooms 3 & 4
Contact: (785) 452-7600 to register
Cost: Free

April 8 - Dealing With Moral Distress In The Workplace

Salina Regional Health Center and the Father Steve Letourneau Lecture series presents: Dealing With Moral Distress In The Workplace- Awakening The Force Within. It will be presented by Maria Y Fox DNP, APRN-CNS, ACHPN, CCRN. She is an advance practice nurse with the Palliative Care Team at the University Of Kansas Health System. Click here for the registration form including information on continuing education available.
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (registration at 8:00 a.m.)
Location: 2101 E. Country Club Road, Salina Country Club, Salina
Contact: (785) 452-7600
Cost: $55-$75 (see above flyer)

April 8 - Early Childhood Screening Clinic

Central Kansas Cooperative In Education holds their early childhood screening clinic today for children in Saline, Ottawa and Ellsworth Counties. They will screen children in areas of hearing, seeing, talking, thinking, moving and playing. Children from birth to five years of age and children from ages 3-5 are screened. Screenings also available in Abilene, Chapman, White City, Hope, Solomon and Herington. Click here for flyer to see dates/contact number in other locations in North Central Kansas.
Time: By Appointment
Location: 409 W. Cloud, Salina (see flyer for locations in other cities)
Contact: (785) 309-5100 to make an appointment at the Salina location
Cost: Free

April 12 - Chronic Kidney Disease Educational Class

This class is open to anyone newly diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). The class
will answer: What the kidneys do, what causes CKD, the symptoms of CKD, treatments for
CKD and much more.
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: 710 E. Iron, Fresenius Medical Care,
Contact: Eva Winkler APRN, (785) 820-7571 or (785) 823-6416, extension 1
Cost: Free (pre-registration is required)

April 12 - Women's Cancer Support Group

A wonderful group of women meet once a month to talk with each other about issues they are dealing with or have questions answered. Everyone is welcome.
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: 511. S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Conference Room
Contact: Lynn Marshall, (785) 452-7335 to confirm meeting times
Cost: Free

April 14 - What Is Diabetes: Monitoring Blood Sugars & Exercise

This program is open to anyone including those newly diagnosed with diabetes, those who have had diabetes for a long time and anyone who simply wants to learn more. The instructors are nurses and dieticians who are Certified Diabetes Educators, a pharmacist and a physical therapist.
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, Conference Rooms 3 & 4
Contact: (785) 452-7600 to register
Cost: Free

April 18 - Becoming A Mom: What To Expect From Your Prenatal Care

Learn about what to expect from your prenatal care and learn about some of the common discomforts to expect in your pregnancy.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 18 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Feeding

Learn about infant feeding and breastfeeding basics and what to expect/how to overcome problems with breastfeeding for even the experienced breastfeeding mom.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 19 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Feeding

Learn about infant feeding and breastfeeding basics and what to expect/how to overcome problems with breastfeeding for even the experienced breastfeeding mom.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 19 - Becoming A Mom: What To Expect From Your Prenatal Care

Learn about what to expect from your prenatal care and learn about some of the common discomforts to expect in your pregnancy.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 19, 26 & 28 - Pulmonary Rehabilitation Education

Course specifically designed for those with asthma, emphysema and chronic lung disease.
Time: 1:15 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center
Contact: Linda Rittel, (785) 452-7588 to pre-register and find out location (varies)
Cost: Free (pre-registration required)

April 20 - Third Annual CII Conference

All organizations strive to produce results, but producing short-term results does little to move us toward our goals. Product quality, service superiority, and increased contribution to the bottom line are all marks of organizational excellence. The Third Annual 2016 Continuous Improvement and Innovation Conference is an opportunity to share an in-depth look at success stories that demonstrate results from the applications of Lean, continuous improvement, and innovation management. Our vision is to connect, network and share the resources of our beautiful state.
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Location: 100 E. Claflin Ave., Kansas Wesleyan University, Student Activities Center, Salina
Contact: Toni (785) 452-6794 or tschlabach@srhc.com with questions
Cost: $90 (if you register before April 1)
Click here for flyer and registration form

April 20 - Becoming A Mom: What To Expect From Your Prenatal Care

Learn about what to expect from your prenatal care and learn about some of the common discomforts to expect in your pregnancy.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 20 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Feeding

Learn about infant feeding and breastfeeding basics and what to expect/how to overcome problems with breastfeeding for even the experienced breastfeeding mom.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 21 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Feeding

This session will be in Spanish. Learn about infant feeding and breastfeeding basics and what to expect/how to overcome problems with breastfeeding for even the experienced breastfeeding mom.
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 21 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Feeding

Learn about infant feeding and breastfeeding basics and what to expect/how to overcome problems with breastfeeding for even the experienced breastfeeding mom.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 21 - Becoming A Mom: What To Expect From Your Prenatal Care

This session will be in Spanish. Learn about what to expect from your prenatal care and learn about some of the common discomforts to expect in your pregnancy.
Time: 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 21 - What Is Diabetes: Medications

This program is open to anyone including those newly diagnosed with diabetes, those who have had diabetes for a long time and anyone who simply wants to learn more. The instructors are nurses and dieticians who are Certified Diabetes Educators, a pharmacist and a physical therapist.
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, Conference Rooms 3 & 4
Contact: (785) 452-7600 to register
Cost: Free

April 21 - Becoming A Mom: What To Expect From Your Prenatal Care

Learn about what to expect from your prenatal care and learn about some of the common discomforts to expect in your pregnancy.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 25 - Family Birthing Center Tours

Come tour the birthing center to ease your anxieties and let soon-to-be brothers and sisters learn what to expect when the big day arrives.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, 6th Floor Birth Center
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

April 26 - Men's Cancer Networking Group

A wonderful group of men and some of their spouses meet once a month to hear a talk pertaining
to men's cancers and have a chance to network with each other about issues they are dealing
with or have questions answered. Everyone is welcome.
Time: 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: 511. S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Conference Room
Contact: Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848 to confirm meeting dates
Cost: Free

April 28- What Is Diabetes: Prevention Of Complications

This program is open to anyone including those newly diagnosed with diabetes, those who have had diabetes for a long time and anyone who simply wants to learn more. The instructors are nurses and dieticians who are Certified Diabetes Educators, a pharmacist and a physical therapist.
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, Conference Rooms 3 & 4
Contact: (785) 452-7600 to register
Cost: Free

May 2016

Look Good, Feel Better

There is no meeting in May. Next meeting is June 6 at 10:30 a.m. For those dealing with effects of cancer treatment who would like to learn techniques for skin and nail care, make-up application, and ways to increase self-esteem.
Location: 511 S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, First Floor Conference Room
Contact: Pam Ehlts, (785) 452-7037 or Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848
Cost: Free (contact Pam or Linda to confirm meeting dates/times)

May 5 - Tune Into Your Health: Oncology & Hematology (Session 2)

Cancer affects so many of us, yet there are not many opportunities to ask questions or have a general discussion. This is your chance to hear from professionals in our community and ask any questions you have about cancer. During Session 1, Dr. Larry Beck will discuss survivorship for you and your family during and following your cancer battle. In Session 2, Dr. Peeran Sandhu will share about healthy choices which can help to prevent cancer, including diet, exercise and screenings. Please bring your questions for the experts, and register for one or both unique sessions. There is no fee for this course, though registration is required to ensure that we have enough materials for everyone.Pre-registration is required, by phone/email below or online at: http://www.salinapubliclibrary.org/class
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Community Learning Center, 308 W. Elm, Salina
Contact: Morgan at (785) 825-4624 or mdavis@salpublib.org
Cost: Free (pre-registration deadline is April 28)

May 6 - Early Childhood Screening Clinic

Central Kansas Cooperative In Education holds their early childhood screening clinic today for children in Saline, Ottawa and Ellsworth Counties. They will screen children in areas of hearing, seeing, talking, thinking, moving and playing. Children from birth to five years of age and children from ages 3-5 are screened. Screenings also available in Abilene, Chapman, White City, Hope, Solomon and Herington. Click here for flyer to see dates/contact number in other locations in North Central Kansas.
Time: By Appointment
Location: 409 W. Cloud, Salina (see flyer for locations in other cities)
Contact: (785) 309-5100 to make an appointment at the Salina location
Cost: Free

May 10 - Chronic Kidney Disease Educational Class

This class is open to anyone newly diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). The class
will answer: What the kidneys do, what causes CKD, the symptoms of CKD, treatments for
CKD and much more.
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: 710 E. Iron, Fresenius Medical Care,
Contact: Eva Winkler APRN, (785) 820-7571 or (785) 823-6416, extension 1
Cost: Free (pre-registration is required)

May 10 - Women's Cancer Support Group

A wonderful group of women meet once a month to talk with each other about issues they are dealing with or have questions answered. Everyone is welcome.
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: 511. S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Conference Room
Contact: Lynn Marshall, (785) 452-7335 to confirm meeting times
Cost: Free

May 16 - Becoming A Mom: Pregnancy Health

Learn how stress, certain foods and many other things can affect your pregnancy.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 16 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Care

Learn how to have the happiest baby on the block, learn about the purple period of crying, how to reduce the risk of SIDS and how to install your baby's car seat properly for the ride home.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 17 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Care

Learn how to have the happiest baby on the block, learn about the purple period of crying, how to reduce the risk of SIDS and how to install your baby's car seat properly for the ride home.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 17 - Becoming A Mom: Pregnancy Health

Learn how stress, certain foods and many other things can affect your pregnancy.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 18 - Becoming A Mom: Pregnancy Health

Learn how stress, certain foods and many other things can affect your pregnancy.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 18 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Care

Learn how to have the happiest baby on the block, learn about the purple period of crying, how to reduce the risk of SIDS and how to install your baby's car seat properly for the ride home.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 19 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Care

This session will be in Spanish: earn how to have the happiest baby on the block, learn about the purple period of crying, how to reduce the risk of SIDS and how to install your baby's car seat properly for the ride home.
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 19 - Becoming A Mom: Infant Care

Learn how to have the happiest baby on the block, learn about the purple period of crying, how to reduce the risk of SIDS and how to install your baby's car seat properly for the ride home.
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 19 - Becoming A Mom: Pregnancy Health

This session will be in Spanish: Learn how stress, certain foods and many other things can affect your pregnancy.
Time: 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 19 - Becoming A Mom: Pregnancy Health

Learn how stress, certain foods and many other things can affect your pregnancy.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Donna Vanier Children's Center, 155 N. Oakdale. Enter in the conference center door
between suite 200 & 300- we will meet in the basement.
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 23 - Family Birthing Center Tours

Come tour the birthing center to ease your anxieties and let soon-to-be brothers and sisters learn what to expect when the big day arrives.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, 6th Floor Birth Center
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

May 24 - Men's Cancer Networking Group

A wonderful group of men and some of their spouses meet once a month to hear a talk pertaining
to men's cancers and have a chance to network with each other about issues they are dealing
with or have questions answered. Everyone is welcome.
Time: 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: 511. S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Conference Room
Contact: Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848 to confirm meeting dates
Cost: Free

Mark Your Calendars

June 3 - Clinical Forensic Investigation Of Gunshot Wounds & Strangulation

The sixth annual trauma symposium is presented by The University Of Kansas Medical Center Continuing Education and Professional Development and Area Health Education Center-West and Salina Regional Health Center. The featured presenter is William S. Smock, MS, MD. He is a police surgeon and directs the Clinical Forensic Medicine Program for the Louisville Metro Police Department. Click here for more information including registration information and continuing education credits.
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (registration at 8:00 a.m.)
Location: 800 The Midway, Salina BiCentennial Center, Salina
Contact: (785) 452-7600
Cost: $70-$80 (see above flyer)

June 3 - Early Childhood Screening Clinic

Central Kansas Cooperative In Education holds their early childhood screening clinic today for children in Saline, Ottawa and Ellsworth Counties. They will screen children in areas of hearing, seeing, talking, thinking, moving and playing. Children from birth to five years of age and children from ages 3-5 are screened. Screenings also available in Abilene, Chapman, White City, Hope, Solomon and Herington. Click here for flyer to see dates/contact number in other locations in North Central Kansas.
Time: By Appointment
Location: 409 W. Cloud, Salina (see flyer for locations in other cities)
Contact: (785) 309-5100 to make an appointment at the Salina location
Cost: Free

June 6 - Look Good, Feel Better

For those dealing with effects of cancer treatment who would like to learn techniques
for skin and nail care, make-up application, and ways to increase self-esteem.
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Location: 511 S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, First Floor Conference Room
Contact: Pam Ehlts, (785) 452-7037 or Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848
Cost: Free (contact Pam or Linda to confirm meeting dates/times)

June 14 - Chronic Kidney Disease Educational Class

This class is open to anyone newly diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). The class
will answer: What the kidneys do, what causes CKD, the symptoms of CKD, treatments for
CKD and much more.
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: 710 E. Iron, Fresenius Medical Care,
Contact: Eva Winkler APRN, (785) 820-7571 or (785) 823-6416, extension 1
Cost: Free (pre-registration is required)

June 21, 28 & 30 - Pulmonary Rehabilitation Education

Course specifically designed for those with asthma, emphysema and chronic lung disease.
Time: 1:15 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center
Contact: Linda Rittel, (785) 452-7588 to pre-register and find out location (varies)
Cost: Free (pre-registration required)

June 27 - Family Birthing Center Tours

Come tour the birthing center to ease your anxieties and let soon-to-be brothers and sisters learn what to expect when the big day arrives.
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, 6th Floor Birth Center
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

June 28 - Men's Cancer Networking Group

A wonderful group of men and some of their spouses meet once a month to hear a talk pertaining
to men's cancers and have a chance to network with each other about issues they are dealing
with or have questions answered. Everyone is welcome.
Time: 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: 511. S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Conference Room
Contact: Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848 to confirm meeting dates
Cost: Free

Monthly Support Groups

Family Birthing Center Tours

Come tour the Family Birthing Center to ease your anxieties and let soon-to-be brothers
and sisters learn what to expect when the big day arrives.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, 6th Floor Birth Center
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

Inner Peace Bereavement Support Group

For all who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Meetings held each Wednesday morning at
10 a.m. and the 3rd Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Time: Multiple times monthly
Location: Kaye Pogue Hospice Center, 730 Holly Lane
Contact: 825-1717 for more information and to confirm meeting dates
Cost: Free

Men's Cancer Networking Group
(formerly Man To Man Prostate Cancer Support Group)

A wonderful group of men and some of their spouses meet once a month to hear a talk pertaining
to men's cancers and have a chance to network with each other about issues they are dealing
with or have questions answered. Everyone is welcome.
Location: 511. S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, Conference Room
Contact: Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848 to confirm meeting dates
Cost: Free

Family Birthing Center Tours

Come tour the Family Birthing Center to ease your anxieties and let soon-to-be brothers
and sisters learn what to expect when the big day arrives.
Location: 400 S. Santa Fe, Salina Regional Health Center, 6th Floor Birth Center
Contact: Contact: Tricia, (785) 826-6000 extension 260 or email tricia.fry@sschd.org
Cost: Free (call above to pre-register)
Click here for class dates/times for Birthing/Infant Feeding Classes

Look Good, Feel Better

For those dealing with effects of cancer treatment who would like to learn techniques
for skin and nail care, make-up application, and ways to increase self-esteem.
Location: 511 S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, First Floor Conference Room
Contact: Pam Ehlts, (785) 452-7037 or Linda Hinnenkamp, (785) 452-4848
Cost: Free (contact Pam or Linda to confirm meeting dates/times)

Women's Cancer Support Group

Location:511 S. Santa Fe, Tammy Walker Cancer Center, First Floor Conference Room
Contact: (785) 452-7335, Lynn Marshall to confirm meeting times
Cost: Free