Bariatrics: Weight Loss Seminar (Alamance Regional)
Join us as Jon-Michael Bruce, MD and Michael Tyner, MD discuss new weight loss procedures.
Be Healthy Now
Be Healthy Now, Alamance County’s free 9-week wellness program is coming soon. Check behealthynowalamance.com beginning Wednesday, February 10th for details.
Big Brother/Big Sister
Let your children share in the joy of a new brother or sister in this special class designed just for them. Activities include discussing how families care for babies and a short tour of the hospital. This class is designed for children ages 2 to 6, but any age is welcome. Please register each child individually. ***Bring a stuffed animal or doll for your child to practice diapering and swaddling.
Black and White Ball
Hosted by Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation, The Black & White Ball benefits less fortunate Cancer Center patients.
Boot Camp for New Dads
Topics include safety issues, relationship with mom, feeding and changing a baby, pets in the house, crying and finances.
Brain Tumor Support Group
A support group for brain tumor patients and caregivers.
Breast Cancer Support Group
A support group for breast cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones.
Breastfeeding and Infant Nutrition
This two-night course taught by Certified Lactation Consultants is for parents interested in learning about preparation for feeding babies and breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding Support Group
This group is a mother-to-mother support circle where moms have the opportunity to share their breastfeeding experiences. A Lactation Consultant is present for questions and concerns. An infant scale is available for weight checks. This service is FREE and no appointment is needed. (Meets in the Women’s Hospital Education Center each Tuesday at 11:00am and each Monday at 7:00pm)
Breastfeeding Your Baby
Breastfeeding is a special time for mother and child. Like any new skill, breastfeeding will be more successful with early preparation and practice. This class will help you feel ready to begin this important relationship. Your partner is encouraged to attend with you. This class meets for two consecutive weeks. Week 1- Learn what to expect in the first days of breastfeeding your newborn. This class will help you feel more confident with the skills needed to begin your breastfeeding experience. Week 2- Many new mothers are concerned about breastfeeding after leaving the hospital. This class will address the most common fears and challenges about breastfeeding during the first few weeks, months and beyond. We will build on the skills learned in week 1. (If you select a 9:00am-12:00pm class, all information from week one and week two will be covered in one class.)