Girls' Night Out
Join us for Girls' Night Out 2012!
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Double Tree Hotel in downtown South Bend
Gather your friends and enjoy this FREE event promoting the health and well-being of the vibrant and dazzling women of our community.
Memorial & Elkhart General Hospital Booths
- Memorial Regional Breast Care Center
- Memorial Childbirth & Mother/Baby
- Memorial Leighton Heart & Vascular Center
- Memorial Health Discovery Center
- Memorial Home Care / Mar-Main Pharmacy
- Memorial Outpatient Therapy Services
- Elkhart General Hospital Bariatric and Metabolic Institute
- Elkhart General Hospital New Directions Wellness Clinic
- Blood Pressure
- BMI Screenings
- Non-Fasting Blood Glucose
- Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (AATD)
A hereditary disease which can be misdiagnosed as COPD or asthma with minimal response to therapies. People with AATD are born with low levels of a blood protein called AAT or alpha1-proteinase inhibitor (A1-P1). This protein (which is made in the liver) helps protect lung tissue from damage from enzymes that are released by white blood cells.
Memorial Hospital Health Presentations
4:30 p.m. — Breast Health
presented by Lynn Sobecki, R.N. at the Memorial Breast Care Center
5:00 p.m. — Osteoporosis and Dena Bone Density Scan
presented by Deb Leonakis, Director of the Memorial Breast Care Center
5:30 pm — Hugging Your Curves: Weight Management Strategies
presented by Sarah McKay, NP at the Elkhart General Hospital New Directions Wellness Clinic
6:00 p.m. — Let's Talk! Understanding Vaginal Atrophy
presented by Susan Wysocki, Novo Nordisk
6:30 p.m. — Women and Heart Health
presented by Cathy Bringedahl, Director of Heart Testing and the Cardiac Catheterization Lab
- ThirtyOne Bags
- Mary Kay
- Lia Sophia
- Greta's Bridal
- Jamberry Nails
- Trine University
- The Walking Company
- The South Bend Chocolate Company
To learn more, call 574-647-1801.
Memorial Hospital of South Bend is proud to be a part of the national Spirit of Women network, promoting the health and well-being of women throughout our community.