Spirit of Women Events
McKee Medical Center Spirit of Women provides health education events with innovative entertainment and themes. Our goal is to feature a monthly event for Spirit members and the community. Watch for frequent events focusing on new topics and several community lectures that include topics of interest to men.
Note: Dates, times and locations subject to change.
McKee Spirit of Women Blood Drive
Join us on Thursday, Oct. 23 at the McKee Conference and Wellness Center for a community blood drive sponsored by McKee Spirit of Women. Appointments are preferred and available from 9 a.m. to noon, but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Sheryl Fahrenbruch at (970) 635-4053 to make an appointment.
Need a reason to donate? Here are four:
- More than 50 blood donors are needed daily for trauma, surgery and cancer patients in our community.
- With less than an hour of your time, your blood donation can save up to two lives.
- Blood cannot be manufactured. We rely completely on volunteer blood donors.
- Every three seconds, someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion.
Tips for successful blood donation: Bring your driver's license, drink plenty of fluids and eat before donating.
Walk and Talk with a Banner Doc
Spend an hour or so with a Banner Health doctor to learn about important health issues, and get your questions answered in a casual, friendly environment. Walk and Talks are scheduled throughout the season in a variety of locations. Join us!
Passport to Health Series
Journeying through the unfamiliar territory of health information can sometimes be like trying to navigate the streets of a foreign country. Let our clinical experts be your guides through the facts in our Passport to Health Series. Attend each seminar and get your passport stamped and you will be eligible for a grand prize drawing! Spirit of Women provides exceptional health information for women in all stages of life. We host innovative events featuring timely health education topics for women and Spirit Business Partners.
Battle of the Blah-zzz
Sleep is an integral, and arguably the most important, part of the Big Three - eating healthy, exercising, and getting enough sleep. Adequate sleep can also lower your risk for certain diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. Just to name a couple. It is important to realize that being fatigued is NOT normal and can be a sign of other conditions such as sleep apnea.
Thursday, Dec. 4
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
RSVP by Dec. 1 at (970) 203-6631