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Support is an important part of treating the emotional aspects of illness and recovery. Mercy and Memorial Hospitals offer the opportunity to find encouragement and information through local support groups.
This support group is led by the Bariatrics Coordinator. Special guests will join periodically to discuss specific topics.
Topics covered at the support meetings include:
The Bariatric Support Group meets the second Tuesday of the month in the Clerou Lecture Hall at Mercy Hospital Downtown, 2215 Truxtun Ave. from 6-7p.m.
For additional information about the Bariatrics Support Group or weight-loss surgery, please call 661.663.6765.
Mended Hearts, a national nonprofit organization affiliated with the American Heart Association, has been offering the gift of hope to heart disease patients, their families and caregivers for more than 50 years. Recognized for its role in facilitating a positive patient-care experience, Mended Hearts partners with hospitals and offers services to heart patients through visiting programs, support group meetings and educational forums. Our mission is to "inspire hope in heart disease patients and their families."
Because Mended Hearts is made up of the very kinds of people it serves---heart patients, their families, and others impacted by heart disease, its members draw on personal experience as they help others. Mended Hearts support groups help people understand that there can be a rich, rewarding life after heart disease. Members listen, share their experiences, learn from healthcare professionals and volunteer to talk to other heart patients about what they may face including lifestyle changes, depression, recovery and treatment.
Connect with our local Mended Hearts Program. Click here.