Henry Ford 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

  •  Apr 21

    In lieu of the Annual Pink Ball, the Volunteers of Henry Ford Allegiance Health invite you to join us for the 2018 Centennial Ball.

  •  Apr 23

    While we might not have control over having a condition that gives us chronic pain, we can learn how to manage it and still live well. Chronic Pain PATH is a workshop that teaches tools to better self-manage symptoms and side effects as we face the daily challenges of living with a chronic condition like arthritis, back  pain, fibromyalgia, or other pain conditions. You choose your own goals to gain a healthy, meaningful lifestyle and feel better.

  •  Apr 24

    Having a diagnosis of cancer doesn’t have to mean you can’t live well! Our Cancer PATH workshops are designed to teach cancer survivors and their caregivers ways to reduce side effects and better manage several aspects of living that can be affected by having this diagnosis during and even after active treatment is completed.  Participants discuss ways to deal with difficult emotions, to live with uncertainty, to manage pain and fatigue, and tips for healthy eating, staying active, and better sleep.

  •  Apr 24

    Part 4 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.

  •  Apr 26

    Free Arterial screening to identify stroke risk factors or the existence of an aneurysm by checking bloodflow in neck, abdomen and ankle.

  •  Apr 26

    Community Presentation: Understanding Reasons for Abnormal Bleeding with Candice Gates, MD.

  •  May 1

    Having a diagnosis of cancer doesn’t have to mean you can’t live well! Our Cancer PATH workshops are designed to teach cancer survivors and their caregivers ways to reduce side effects and better manage several aspects of living that can be affected by having this diagnosis during and even after active treatment is completed.  Participants discuss ways to deal with difficult emotions, to live with uncertainty, to manage pain and fatigue, and tips for healthy eating, staying active, and better sleep.

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Early detection is key to successful cancer treatment. Your health care provider can help you identify your risks and recommend routine screenings that could save your life.