At Community Hospital of San Bernardino, we believe strongly in helping the community become more educated when it comes to their health and well-being. Our Health Education Center, located at 1725 Western Avenue, offers a variety of health classes, events and resources for families.
Maternity Tea and Tour
Are you nervous about this special day? Come and see what we have to offer at Community Hospital of San Bernardino.
This class is recommended if this is your first birth or if it has been more than five years since your last class. Classes include anatomy and physiology of labor, breathing techniques, relaxation and pushing techniques, and discussions on fetal monitoring and medications.
Breast-feeding & Newborns
This class will cover health and economic benefits as well as the basics in proper positioning, holding and latch-on techniques necessary for successful breastfeeding. Community resources are included. It's recommended for any pregnant woman considering breastfeeding her infant.
Breast-feeding Support Group
Although breast-feeding is a natural process, many women struggle in the first few months to feel comfortable and confident with their decision. Community Hospital's breast-feeding support group, "Mothers Helping Mothers," offers moms the opportunity to share their experiences, struggles and triumphs with other breast-feeding mothers in a warm and welcoming environment.
Care of the Newborn
Discover the causes of infant death, prevention of accidents, key safety issues, and techniques for CPR and obstructed airway management for your infant or small child.
Kids don’t come with directions. This class will focus on positive discipline, growth and development, and child safety.
Health and Wellness Education
Designed to educate parents with children affected by asthma, this class is also available specifically for school-age children. Class objective is to educate people about managing asthma and help prevent asthma attacks.
This two hour workshop is for individuals interested in diabetes education. By the end of the class, participants will understand diabetes and its effects, identify necessary diet/lifestyle changes, test their own blood sugar and receive tools to control their diabetes.
Eat Right for Life
This cooking class offers easy and low-cost recipes, ideas about cutting the cost of groceries, menu planning, food samples and the latest information on nutritional needs for families.
Six one-hour classes provide principles of weight loss and tools to make them work. This class is targeted to people who need to lose weight or would like to implement healthier eating and exercise habits.
Visit Classes and Events or call (909) 806-1816 for more information on any of the above.