Can’t come to a childbirth class? We’ll bring it to you! Consider the Understanding Birth eClass your go-to guide for answers you can trust on childbirth. This interactive online course covers essential information on labor and more, and highlights ways partners can help throughout the process.
This one-day program for adolescents ages 12 to 15 covers safety, emergencies, playtime, and basic first aid and CPR taught by the Mercer County 4-H Program and Capital Health’s Community Education Department.
Participants are recommended to bring a bag lunch.
Area residents are invited to Capital Health Regional Medical Center for a public meeting on Tuesday, August 27 at 6 p.m. in ICU/CCU Conference Rooms A & B of the hospital (located at 750 Brunswick Avenue, Trenton, NJ).
Discover how prenatal yoga can enhance this amazing transformation in your life. You will learn beneficial yoga positions for the pregnant woman, with emphasis on adapting your yoga practice throughout pregnancy. This practice will help prepare you for childbirth and after.
If you are living with hearing loss, Capital Health’s Audiology Department provides diagnostic and treatment services for adults and children (ages newborn and older) to help you better manage your hearing, make the best use of your hearing aids, explore hearing assistive technology that might he
Join Dr. Lisa Allen and Dr. Rose Mustafa, fellowship trained breast surgeons from Capital Health Surgical Group - Breast Surgery, for an informative program on breast cancer. Learn more about what makes you high risk, what imaging is available, and the role genetics plays.