Renown Smart Health Connection offers healthy aging programs designed to enhance the health and wellness of thousands of adults age 50 and over. It's free to join and members receive:

  • Subscription to Seasons, a monthly newsletter that includes the latest health tips and news, ideas for staying active and a calendar of upcoming events
  • Monthly health screening events
  • Educational events
  • Informative classes and lectures on health-related topics

 

Seasons

Seasons is a monthly publication through Renown's Smart Health Connection that provides tips and updates about smart senior health. Receive Seasons by mail, email, or both for free! Sign up today

2018 Seasons Publications

March
SEASONS March 2018

Upcoming Events & Lectures

 

May 22
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Renown Regional Medical Center – Sierra Meeting Room 102
Renown Institute for Cancer offers one hour classes weekly to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients and their families. Classes are facilitated by an oncology nurse navigator, social worker, physical therapist and surgical nurses. In this class you will: Meet your navigator and learn about ...
May 22
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Renown Regional Medical Center – Mack Auditorium
Renown Health total joint program coordinators, Heidi Laroche, PT, DPT, and Danica Finseth, PT, DPT, will walk you through common knee and hip ailments and help you understand some of the treatment options. Knee and hip pain can begin at any age, but as we age, these large joints can become infla...
May 29
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Renown Regional Medical Center – Sierra Meeting Room 101
Renown Institute for Cancer offers one hour classes weekly to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients and their families. Classes are facilitated by an oncology nurse navigator, social worker, physical therapist and surgical nurses. In this class you will: Meet your navigator and learn about ...
May 31
10:00 - 10:30 am
Renown Regional Medical Center – Mack Auditorium
Experience simple and effective ways to meditate to reduce stress, calm your mind, and improve quality of life. Please bring to class if you can; a mat or towel to sit on, wear comfortable clothes and socks if this is more comfortable with your shoes off. For more information call Chris 775-98...


Save Your Heart Luncheon

John Evans, MD, discusses atrial fibrillation.

Cancer Prevention & Nutrition

Can Lifestyle Choices Help Prevent Cancer?