Health Talks provide you with educational information on a variety of health topics and are presented monthly by our healthcare providers. These programs are held in the BA Miller Auditorium and generally last an hour. Previous topics include: Balancing The Scale, All Stressed Up and Nowhere To Go, Headaches, Dog Days of Diabetes, and Trust Your Tummy.
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Breakfast with the Experts
The Winona Health Occupational Health department presents various programs geared toward business leaders, safety and compliance officers, and human resource professionals. The department teams up with physicians and local experts to provide information on a wide variety of business-related topics such as drug use in the work place, ergonomics, worker’s compensation and more.
Free Healthcare Directives Program
The Winona Health Auxiliary offers free informational programs about Healthcare Directives throughout the year. All adults over the age of 18 are encouraged to complete a Healthcare Directive. The primary purpose of a Healthcare Directive is to ensure you retain control over your care, even after losing the ability to speak on your own behalf. The sessions cover both Minnesota and Wisconsin Healthcare Directives.
CPR Re-certification for Healthcare Providers
In this course you will learn the skills of CPR for victims of all ages, including how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and how to relieve choking. The skills you learn in this course will enable you to recognize emergencies such as sudden cardiac arrest and how to respond to them.
Childbirth Education Classes
Winona Health offers childbirth education classes to help you prepare for and feel confident about your childbirth experience and first weeks at home with your newborn. Find class options, dates and time on the Family Birth Center page.