Rush Oak Park Hospital promotes health and wellness through its community wellness program Healthy Motivations, which organizes health lectures, fitness classes and support groups as well as collaborates with local organizations to encourage healhty living.
Rush also publishes a health newsletter called Discover. Sign up to receive Discover.
Did you know that when you donate blood, you can save three people's lives? Join Rush Oak Park Hospital employees in donating blood on Monday, March 27, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Help us make a difference.
To sign-up, go to lifesource.org/donate-blood/where-to-donate/
-Click "mobile blood drive"
-"Click here" to search for the Rush Oak Park Hospital location
-Select whether you are a new donor, returning donor login or creating a login
-Find our location by entering the ROPH group code (774B) and selecting the date Monday, March 27.
Let Rush Oak Park Hospital and the Respiratory Health Association help you meet your smoke-free goals. Participate in the Courage to Quit program. Led by a respiratory therapist at Rush, the FREE program consists of three classes over three consecutive weeks. Topics covered include addiction and withdrawal, quit smoking medicines, managing cravings and avoiding triggers as well as the health benefits of quitting.
Leader: Joyce Nowak, RRT-RCP, respiratory therapist
Meets quarterly, 9 to 10 a.m.
This group meets the second Saturday of every month (except August) at Rush Oak Park Hospital in the Centennial Room.
The program is an educational and support group for both care-partners and patients. More advanced patients are welcome, though the group is not exclusive to patients at other stages. This group begins with a continental breakfast at 9:30am, followed by an hour-long education series. In the last hour, patients and care-partners split into two groups to discuss separately.
Meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month, 6 to 8 p.m.
Join the WomenHeart Support Network at Rush Oak Park Hospital. WomenHeart is a national organization dedicated to advancing women's heart health through advocacy, community education and patient support.
The group meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
For more information, contact Debra Davidson or Janice Henry at (847) 644-7579 or email@example.com