Healthy Eating and Nutrition Class
Classes Offered: First Monday each month from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Classes Offered: Third Monday each month (please see calendar for specific dates), 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm (FREE)
For: Mountainlands prenatal patients. Classes held once a month. Topics include: late term pregnancy concerns, labor stages, postpartum care, feeding options and infant care, and hospital registration.
Classes Offered: Second Monday each month from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Health Education Team
Health Education Supervisor, RN
Primary Care RN
Primary Care RN
Chronic Care Management
MCHC patient educators offer specific education for hypertensive patients, including diet and lifestyle changes as well as medication management under the direction of their provider.
MCHC offers a 3-month blood pressure management program in which hypertensive patients can borrow a blood pressure machine from the clinic, free of charge, for a period of 90 days. Patients receive a small incentive prize for completing the program.
This program is recommended for any Mountainlands patients who have been diagnosed with hypertension.
The MCHC Health Education department provides cardiovascular education regarding how to manage high cholesterol and live a heart-healthy life.
The MCHC Health Education department offers diabetes education and support to all diabetic patients. Our courses include:
Free pre-diabetes group classes (see above)
Glucometer, diet and lifestyle, and medication education for newly diagnosed or long-term diabetic patients
Risk management education: this involves education on common tests that a diabetic patient may need to complete with a provider in the clinic (e.g. A1c exams every 3 months, yearly foot exams, lipid panel, retinal exam, and microalbumin exam)
Insulin administration/management education
Gestational diabetes education
CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (CCM)
MCHC will now be offering CCM services to patients who have 2 or more chronic diseases who feel they may need additional help managing their personal health.
Patients enrolled in the CCM program will work with designated Care Managers (Registered Nurses) who will:
Assist patients in managing their chronic illnesses
Answer any patient questions regarding their care
Remind patients of important health instructions from provider visits
Help patients refill medications, schedule appointments, and arrange transportation
For more information or to register for a class,