All Upcoming Events
A symposium for New Jersey’s Dental Community focused on safe prescribing and developing solutions to prevent opiate abuse.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Endometriosis is a condition that affects approximately 5.5 million women across all ethnicities and cultures during their childbearing years. And while it can be difficult to diagnose, it is estimated that between 20 and 40 percent of infertile women have the disease. Join Dr. Alan Martinez, a fellowship-trained specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility, for an in-depth look at endometriosis symptoms, treatment options, and connections to infertility.
If you’re considering weight loss surgery, this event is for you. This free program is led by Dr. Jooyeun Chung, medical director of the Capital Health Metabolic and Weight Loss Center. Please click here for the event flyer.
STAYING SAFE IN THE CAR
This program offers tips on how to keep infants, toddlers, school-age, and older children safe in and around motor vehicles. It includes tips on preventing injuries, trunk entrapment, and hypo/hyperthermia. This program is also geared toward adults to enhance their awareness of car seat safety.
Instructor: Nancy Distelcamp, RN, CEN, Injury Prevention Coordinator, Bristol-Myers Squibb Trauma Center at Capital Health Regional Medical Center
The AARP Smart Driver course teaches valuable defensive driving strategies and provides a refresher of the rules of the road. You must be 18 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license to attend this course. Upon completion, you will receive a certificate to send to your insurance company (ask your auto insurance agent for details). Cost is $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. Fee is payable at door (cash or check made payable to AARP).
Please use the online link or phone number to register. A Capital Health representative will then call you to schedule your appointment. Screenings are performed by Capital Health physicians. Please click here for the event flyer.
Research has shown caregivers are the most vulnerable when it comes to the impact of stress on their health and wellbeing. Yet, it is possible to minimize these risks by taking action to reduce and manage stress. This workshop, led by stress and wellness expert Carol L. Rickard, LCSW, TTS, teaches a quick and practical approach to reducing and managing the stress that goes along with being a caregiver. Please click here for the event flyer.
It is estimated that as many as 59 million Americans have a thyroid problem. However, for many it remains undiagnosed. Problems with your thyroid gland can cause wide-ranging problems affecting your health, so it’s important to recognize the symptoms and work with your doctor. Join Dr. Sheri Gillis Funderburk, medical director at Capital Health – Endocrinology Specialists for this important class and learn more about hypothyroidism, how it is diagnosed, and what treatments are available.
We all get headaches. But sometimes, over-the-counter pain relievers are not enough. Learn more from neurologist and board certified headache medicine specialist, Dr. Mitra Assadi, director of Capital Health’s Headache Center, part of the Capital Institute for Neurosciences. Dr. Assadi will discuss various types of headaches, what can cause them and the different treatment options for controlling them and relieving the pain. Please click here for the event flyer.