Join expert Crittenton physicians for a new health topic each month!
Lectures begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Crittenton Hospital Auditorium.
Light strolling dinner served at 6:30 p.m. provided by Great Oaks Country Club.
“Heart Attack in the Making”
Learn the early symptoms of a heart attack in order to prevent the heart attack from ever occurring. Preventing the heart attack prevents heart damage.
Presenter: Rajesh Ramineni, MD
“Keeping Your Kids Safe in 2016″
Learn how to anticipate and protect your child
from both usual and uncommon dangers in the home.
Topics will include sleep, toys, medication, water safety, fall prevention,
TV/Furniture accidents, heatstroke and choking.
Bring your stories and challenges to discuss.
Presenter: Heather Binasio, MD
“What is Your Health IQ?”
Be prepared to BINGO!!! Prizes!
Test your health IQ and learn the newest
and latest health and wellness guidelines!
Presenter: Sheryl Wissman, MD
General Radiology most often refers to diagnostic x-rays used
to help identify disease or injury inside the body.
Radiologists are able to see inside the body to detect injury and disease,
often in its early stages when the illness or injury is most treatable.
Presenter: Katharine Scharer, MD
“Common Foot & Ankle Problems With Their Treatment”
Presenter: Charles Stroud
Interventional radiology is an independent medical specialty providing minimally invasive image-guided diagnosis and treatment of diseases in every organ system. Uses the most modern, least invasive technique available in order to minimize risk to the patient and improve health outcomes.
Presenter: Shahzad Sadiq, MD
To learn more about upcoming physician lecturers and topics, or to register, visit crittenton.com/classes or call (248) 652-5269.