The Mission of Yavapai Regional Medical Center is to provide you and your family with comprehensive, high-quality healthcare – and to provide that care in ways that meet the needs of as many people as possible. One thing that really sets YRMC apart – aside from exceptional care – is the commitment that YRMC makes to provide comprehensive health and wellness education programs to the community. And many YRMC programs are free of charge. For a complete list of programs and events, download this month's calendar on-line at yrmchealthconnect.org. Or call YRMC's Community Outreach Department at (928) 771-5738.
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YRMC HealthConnect July 19, 2017

JULY 26 – WEDNESDAY

 

Pendleton Lecture Series: Supermarket Sleuthing – Shop Smart, Eat Well

FREE

Learn how to identify the healthiest products in the supermarket!  We’ll cover what to look for on the Nutrition Facts label and ingredients list and how to avoid being fooled by ‘front of package’ big print and advertising as well as share some easy, affordable supper recipes. Presented by Rita Carey Rubin, RD, MS, CDE.

WHEN/WHERE: 12:30–1:30 p.m., YRMC Wellness Center, Community Education Room, 930 Division St., Prescott.

INFO: Reservations are required.  Please call (928) 771-5794.

 

Eat Healthy, Live Healthy

FREE

As you age, healthy eating can make a difference in your health. It helps to improve your sense of well- being, sharpen your mind, get stronger and live longer. It is never too late to change your diet and improve the way you feel.  Presented by the YRMC Clinical Nutrition Department.

WHEN/WHERE: 1:00–2:00 p.m., Prescott Athletic Club, 1 Kingswood Dr., Prescott.

INFO: Please call (928) 227-3147 to reserve your seat.

Community Events Calendar

For the most current list of health and wellness events, visit yrmchealthconnect.org. Yavapai Regional Medical Center is a full-service, not-for-profit community healthcare provider that relies solely on patient revenues and community support for all of its funding. YRMC is proud of the fact that no property taxes have ever been levied to fund YRMC programs or to pay for capital improvements.