Anything and everything goes from the waist up. This upper body focused class will challenge your range of motion, improve your strength, and help you gain flexion.
Join the class that only focuses on your arms. This strength only class will Increase your range of motion, tighten, and tone your arms in ways you can only imagine.
AHA ACLS is designed for healthcare professionals who direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies. This course utilizes our state of the art simulation lab to provide hands-on learning that will prepare providers for lifesaving interventions. Books should be purchased before the class via Amazon or email Kathleen.Gromala@Forthc.com Book info: ACLS Student Manual # 15-1005; Fort HealthCare Price: $33.00.
AHA ACLS is designed for healthcare professionals who direct or participate in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest or other cardiovascular emergencies. This course utilizes our state of the art simulation lab to provide hands-on learning that will prepare providers for lifesaving interventions. Books should be purchased before the class via Amazon or email Kathleen.Gromala@Forthc.com Book info: ACLS Student Manual # 15-1005; Fort HealthCare Price: $33.00. The Recognition course is for those who have never taken this course or are expired.
This is an ideal opportunity to learn infant (0-12 months old), child (1-8 years old) and adult (8-plus years) CPR and to practice using an automated external defibrillation. The class is for anyone who wants to learn CPR skills for all age victims and for responders to address cardiac emergencies in the workplace or community (such as fitness staff, day care providers, police). An American Heart Association card is issued upon successful completion of the course and is valid for two years. Registration includes student manual.
This program offers the opportunity to learn adult/child CPR and adult/child choking intervention to aid a family member or close friend in case of emergency. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing. This is not a course for certification, which is usually needed for the workplace. You'll receive a card stating you participated in the AHA Family & Friends course. Registration includes student manual.
Learn basic first aid, adult CPR, and automatic external defibrillation (AED) from American Heart Association-certified instructors. This class is offered on Saturdays from 8:30am until 3:30pm or on two Wednesday evenings two weeks apart from 6-9:30pm. An American Heart Association card is issued with successful completion and is valid for two years. Registration includes student manual.
This one-day program emphasizes safety, accident prevention, and basic first aid. Participants, who must be age 11 or older, will learn how to handle typical problems that arise while babysitting, how to make creative snacks, how to diaper and feed a baby, and how to come up with ideas for spending time with children. Each child receives an American Heart Association certification card. Participants should bring a sack lunch.
Designed for healthcare staff (RN, LPN, ECG techs, etc) and motivated students who want to learn the basic ECG skills of measuring, recognizing, and interpreting simple cardiac rhythms. Motivated healthcare students also welcome. Topics include correct lead placement, troubleshooting poor tracings, recognition and measurement of various EKG waves. Recognition of ectopic beats, bundle branch blocks, and ST changes are covered along with 14 common rhythms. The class involves lecture, time to work independently in the AHA workbook, dialogue with case scenarios, and 1:1 assistance. The participants will take a rhythm test at the end of class to ensure learning objectives have been met. Rhythm flashcards and worksheets will be available to take home for practice time. Learning Objectives:
This course is for healthcare professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. The course is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR for adult, child, and infant, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely, and effective manner. The Recognition course is a pre-requisite course for the new EMT Basic or for those who have allowed their BLS certification to expire. A student manual is included in the registration fee.
This course is for healthcare professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. The course is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR for adult, child, and infant, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Registration fee includes student manual.
Anything goes below the belt! Strengthen your lower body in this 30 minute class that is designated to target and tone your posterior.
This six-week class will get your heart pumping and muscles toned while using hand weights, a stability ball and doing some mat work. The class is designed to help you achieve health benefits such as maintaining bone density, increasing strength and shaping your physique. Mats, weights, stability balls, and all necessary equipment provided.
Without one class being the same, this boot camp will alternate from circuit training to station training to group training! You will learn proper form and increase your strength while incorporating cardio to raise your heart rate and feel the burn. Instructed at all levels of fitness and ages.
Big brothers- and sisters-to-be tour the birthing center, see a newborn baby and learn to help in the daily care of the new arrival. Children must be 3 or older to take the class. Class materials are provided by the Fort Atkinson Kiwanis Club. Parental attendance is mandatory. Please only register the child's/children's name. Participants should bring a stuffed animal or doll.
These classes are intended for new Pediatric nurses or experienced nurses in the community hospital setting. The classes are an overview of the common pediatric care topics divided into body systems. There are a series of six Pediatric classes designed to prepare nursing staff to be able to take care of Pediatric patients using evidence-based guidelines. These comprehensive, interactive classes cover nursing assessment, interventions, management, and treatment of common disorders of the various body systems. Lecture, simulation, role playing, open discussion, and/or case studies are incorporated to offer active learning. The activities enhance critical reasoning/thinking skills to provide safe, quality care that encourages optimal patient outcomes. Class #1 Introduction: An Overview of the Pediatric Patient
Classes cover the labor process and delivery, c-sections, relaxation techniques, options for pain management during labor, as well as new-baby care basics. In addition, a lactation consultant will provide an overview of breastfeeding and lactation services, and a certified car seat technician will provide car seat basics. Mothers should attend classes in mid-to-late pregnancy.
Strengthen the 5 layers of ab muscles & back for the centering support we all need through this intermediate class.
These classes are intended for new critical care (such as ICU, ED, CCU) nurses or experienced nurses in the community hospital setting. The classes provide an in-depth study of commonly seen critical care issues, arranged by body system. Lecture, simulation, role playing, open discussion, and case studies are used to increase critical thinking when caring for potentially unstable patients. There are a series of six critical care classes designed to prepare nursing staff to be able to take care of critically ill patients using evidence-based guidelines. These comprehensive, interactive classes cover nursing assessment, interventions, management, and treatment of common disorders of the various body systems. Lecture, simulation, role playing, open discussion, and/or case studies are incorporated to offer active learning activities that enhance critical reasoning/thinking skills to provide safe, quality care that encourages optimal patient outcomes. Each body system class is offered twice per year. You may begins classes at anytime throughout the year as you do not have to complete them in order. You can enroll by class or you may enroll for all courses at once. To sign up for individual body system critical care , please sign up in that section. If you would like to enroll for all 6 classes at once and receive a 10% discount, please contact Lisa Rudolph RN, MSN, CCRN-K, Fort HealthCare's Educational Services Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or 920.568.5206 to enroll in the entire course. Class #1: Cardiovascular System
A low impact format to an effective approach to boot camp that will teach proper strength positioning and techniques. A great class for those who would love to build overall strength without the high impact.
A fun and challenging way to tighten and tone everything in your core (abs and lower back) and 'posterior' region.
Healthy-Steps, Moving You to Better Health with the Lebed Method, is a therapeutic exercise and movement program with wonderful music designed to help you thrive! Offering wellness programs for cancer survivors, regardless of health, age or ability level. The Healthy-Steps program improves overall wellness, range-of-motion, balance, strength and endurance, as well as emotional well-being and self-image. 1-hour sessions are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00. Through funding from Tomorrow's Hope, Fort HealthCare is able to reduce the rate for this class to $20/person
Need an outlet to increase your heart rate? Athletic kickboxing will give you just that. Come take an intense class that provides you with flexibility, strength and balance.
This 60 minute class will focus on meditation and breathing techniques to calm the mind and unwind tension in the body. It will include instruction and guidance, but there will be plenty of time to practice the technique and allow for open quiet time. Chairs and mats will be available, and participants can bring items from home if they wish (pillows, cushions, etc...). Not sure about meditation? Check out this short 2 minute video that gives a brief overview of meditation: https://youtu.be/rqoxYKtEWEc
This class features exercise to maintain joint flexibility. Exercise is especially important to health for the people with arthritis. Those with fibromyalgia or anyone wanting gentle exercise will also benefit. The one-hour exercise session includes time for refreshments and socializing. A fee of $2 is collected at each session; first session is FREE. Classes are held every Tuesday and Thursdays from 1:30 to 2:30 pm. **The last Thursday of every month will be in Cardiac Rehab** Online registration is not accepted.
Movin' & Losin' Adults is a weight management program, delivered in two 12-week sessions, designed with educational and exercise components to help participants reach their individual wellness goals. Wellness specialists along with special guest lecturers will cover different topics related to nutrition, exercise, and overall health each week. Participants will need to dress in comfortable clothing and tennis shoes as each class incorporates at least 30 minutes of physical activity. Classes will be held in the Fort HealthCare Cardiopulmonary Rehab facility located on the first floor of the south end of the hospital.
Low impact, high energy! Be prepared to sweat and burn lots of calories with 30 minutes of aerobics followed by 30 minutes of strength training and basic calisthenics. Moves are EASY to follow and EASY on the joints. Options are given to accommodate various levels of fitness.
This program is designed for children who are at least 9 years of age and may be home for a short time without an adult. The focus will be on making wise and safe choices and how to handle unexpected situations.
This instructor-led, AHA video-based, course uses a series of simulated pediatric emergencies in our state of the art simulation lab to reinforce Pediatric Advanced Life Support guidelines. The goal of this hands on course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. The Recognition course is for those who have never taken this course or are expired. A student manual is included in the registration price. Please contact Kathleen.Gromala@Forthc.com to make arrangements to get your book.
This classroom, video-based, instructor-led course uses a series of simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the important concepts of a systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics. The goal of the Pediatric Advanced Life Support course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes. The Renewal course is for those who need to renew their current certification that has not yet expired. A student manual is included in the registration price.
Updated to reflect the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC, PEARS® helps healthcare providers develop the knowledge and skills needed for emergency evaluation and treatment of seriously ill infants and children. PEARS teaches providers how to recognize respiratory distress as well as shock and cardiac arrest and how to provide appropriate lifesaving interventions within the initial minutes of response until the child is transferred to an advanced life support provider. The goal of PEARS is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured infants and children, resulting in improved outcomes. Registration includes student manual.
This class utilizes the step to increase your heart rate and challenge your body with both step choreographed moves and strength training exercises. All fitness levels are welcome.
Come enjoy a great work out that utilizes interval training, that is both cardio-and strength-based and is formatted to accommodate all fitness levels
What exactly is bariatric LAP-BAND® surgery for treatment of obesity, and is it the answer for you? Marc Erickson, MD, will discuss minimally invasive bariatric surgery and who is a good candidate for the procedure.
Develop the fundamentals of connecting breath to yoga postures, learn techniques to release tension and improve strength and flexibility. Prior experience not required. Yoga classes are offered four times, on different days and times, for your convenience. Please choose the class you plan to attend most frequently.