June 2019 CHIP/LCAC meeting
Jun
13
3:00 PM15:00

June 2019 CHIP/LCAC meeting

Join Lake Health District’s Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) and the Lake County Community Advisory Council in its monthly meeting to learn what is being doing to address health needs across Lake County and serve Oregon Health Plan members. Meetings take place on the second Thursday of each month in Lake District Hospital’s Penn Wilbur conference room.

Want more information? Contact CHIP coordinator Arvinder Singh at (541) 947-2114 ext. 198, (425) 999-6345, or asingh@lakehealthdistrict.org.

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Living Well with Chronic Conditions
Feb
12
9:30 AM09:30

Living Well with Chronic Conditions

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COPD, depression, asthma, hypertension — these chronic conditions can make everyday life a challenge. Learn how to better manage your condition during Living Well with Chronic Conditions, a FREE six-week class full of helpful information that will help you live Outback Strong.

Classes take place from 9:30 a.m. to noon every Tuesday from February 12 through March 19 at the Lake County Senior Center, 11 North G St., Lakeview. This evidence-based, nationally recognize program created by Stanford University offers practical tips for managing whatever condition you’re dealing with. Participants receive a free book, and those who complete five of six sessions receive a Safeway gift card. Space is limited, so call (541) 947-3366 now to find out more.

This class is made possible by partnership with the Coalition for Living Well with Chronic Disease and a grant from Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization.

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Living Well with Diabetes
Jan
16
2:30 PM14:30

Living Well with Diabetes

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Is one of your New Year's Resolutions better managing your diabetes? Learn how during Living Well with Diabetes, a FREE six-week class that will engage you in life-changing steps toward living Outback Strong with this chronic condition.

Living Well with Diabetes runs from 2:30 to 5 p.m. every Wednesday from January 16 through February 20 at the Lake County Senior Center, 11 North G St., Lakeview. This evidence-based, nationally recognize program created by Stanford University offers practical tips for managing the disease. Participants receive a free book, and those who complete five of six sessions receive a Safeway gift card. Space is limited, so call Nam or Susan at Lake Health Clinic at (541) 947-3366 to find out more.

This class is made possible by partnership with the Coalition for Living Well with Chronic Disease and a grant from Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization.

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CHIP/LCAC meeting
Jan
10
3:00 PM15:00

CHIP/LCAC meeting

Find out what’s happening to address health needs across Lake County during the monthly Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP)/Lake County Community Advisory Council (LCAC) meeting. This month’s agenda includes a look at the Housing First model and how it can be applied in Lakeview and updates on Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization grant-funded projects.

The meeting takes place from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at Lake District Hospital’s Penn Wilbur Conference Room. For more information, contact CHIP coordinator Arvinder Singh via email or call him at (425) 999-6345.

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Nov
16
3:00 PM15:00

CHIP/CAC meeting

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Find out what's happening with Outback Strong and other health initiatives in Lake County at the Community Health Improvement Partnership/Community Advisory Council meeting. Learn more by contacting CHIP coordinator Arvinder Singh by email or at (541) 947-2114 ext. 198.

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Nov
9
4:00 PM16:00

Parent-teacher conferences

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Outback Strong will be at parent-teacher conferences with more great information about the teen health fair and opportunities to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider. Watch for our table outside the sixth-grade classrooms at A.D. Hay and at Daly Middle School/Lakeview High School. For more information, contact Lake Health Clinic manager Susan Campbell by email or at (541) 947-2114 ext. 397, Warner Mountain Medical Clinic manager Dala Pardue by email or at (541) 947-2331, or Lake County Public Health nurse Jill Harlan by email or at (541) 947-6045.

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Nov
9
8:00 AM08:00

Parent-teacher conferences

Outback Strong will be at parent-teacher conferences with more great information about the teen health fair and opportunities to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider. Watch for our table outside the sixth-grade classrooms at A.D. Hay. For more information, contact Lake Health Clinic manager Susan Campbell by email or at (541) 947-2114 ext. 397, Warner Mountain Medical Clinic manager Dala Pardue by email or at (541) 947-2331, or Lake County Public Health nurse Jill Harlan by email or at (541) 947-6045.

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Nov
8
4:00 PM16:00

Parent-teacher conferences

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Outback Strong will be at parent-teacher conferences with more great information about the teen health fair and opportunities to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider. Watch for our table outside the sixth-grade classrooms at A.D. Hay and at Daly Middle School/Lakeview High School. For more information, contact Lake Health Clinic manager Susan Campbell by email or at (541) 947-2114 ext. 397, Warner Mountain Medical Clinic manager Dala Pardue by email or at (541) 947-2331, or Lake County Public Health nurse Jill Harlan by email or at (541) 947-6045.

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Oct
28
5:00 PM17:00

Harvest Carnival

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Update Friday, October 27: Outback Strong will NOT be at the Harvest Carnival. FoodCorps service member Brooke Kelleher will be set up at the carnival, however, and she will have more information about the upcoming Outback Strong Teen Health Fair. If you want to schedule your teen's healthcare provider appointment now, contact Lake Health Clinic manager Susan Campbell by email or at (541) 947-2114 ext. 397 or Warner Mountain Medical Clinic manager Dala Pardue by email or at (541) 947-2331.

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