Allegiance Health offers a variety of classes, seminars, screenings and events designed to improve the health and well being of the communities we serve.

Here is what's coming up

  •  May 3

    For adults who have lost a loved one to suicide.
  •  May 5

    The Green Market at Allegiance Health is held in the lobby of the main hospital during winter months. All products sold at The Green Market must be produced in Michigan with minimal or no use of chemicals.
  •  May 5

    When ankle pain interferes with everyday activities, it may be time to consider the medical treatment options. Learn more at a free presentation.
  •  May 7

    Part 1 of 6: This six-week course is a must for all expectant mothers and their partners. It provides all the essential information needed to prepare for the birth of your child.
  •  May 9

    Part 2 of 6. This six-week course is a must for all expectant mothers and their partners. It provides all the essential information needed to prepare for the birth of your child.
  •  May 9

    For adults who have experienced any type of loss.
  •  May 10

    Nourish is a 10 week wellness program, designed to help participants set and reach personal goals for a more balanced, healthy lifestyle.

    We encourage participants to attend all 10 sessions, but also welcome those who are interested in only certain topics.

    Topics covered are:

    1. Introduction and Getting Started                                                              
    2. Creating a Healthy Meal Plan                                
    3. Making Sense of Food Labels                 
    4. Food Shopping Simplified                                                
    5. Being Active: A Way of Life                      
    6. Sleep: The Missing Link?              
    7. The Art of Eating Mindfully                                               
    8. Jump Start Your Activity Plan                               
    9. Talk Back to Negative Thoughts                          
    10. Sustaining Behavior Changes

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