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FRI JUL 011PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

MON JUL 045PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

TUE JUL 053PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Killeen, 3801 Scott & White Drive, Killeen, TX 76543Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Tuesdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

7PM - 9PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This is the first class in a three-part series that meets weekly on the first three Tuesdays of the month.

Topics for this class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

WED JUL 068AM - 10AMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Nephrology & Dialysis Center - Round Rock, 2120 N. Mays, Rock Creek Plaza, Suite 230, Round Rock, TX 78664Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Wednesdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

12PM - 2:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Taylor, 305 Mallard Lane, Taylor, TX 76574Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Spanish language interpreter available upon request.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 800 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This four-week class is provided to measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing knowledge, skills and attitudes.

Physician referral is required. Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Diabetes Education. Outside physicians should fax a referral form to 979-207-4120.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

THU JUL 079AM - 4PMSafe Sitter Course for Teens - Central Texas Regional Advisory Council (C.T.R.A.C.), Room D8, 2180 N. Main St., Belton, TX 76513Scott & White Trauma Injury Prevention Outreach offers Safe Sitter® courses to provide young teens (ages 11-14) life and safety skills needed for babysitting.

Participants will learn:
-          Child and infant CPR techniques
-          How to rescue a child or infant who is choking
-          How to care for children of all ages
-          How to prevent problem behavior
-          How, why and where injuries happen so they can be prevented
-          How to decide the seriousness of a problem if someone is injured
-          How to prevent problem behavior
-          & more!

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, as class size is limited. Pre-registration is required. Class cost is $60; payment must be received to book a spot.

For more information and the registration form, visit http://safesitter.sw.org.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Cedar Park, 910 E Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park, TX, 78613Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

3PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Temple South Loop, 2601 Thornton Lane, Temple, TX 76502Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Thursdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

3PM - 8PMPediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Renewal Course - Scott & White Temple Hospital, Conference Center Building, Room A200A/B, 2401 S. 31st Street, Temple, TX 76508 This PALS renewal course is for healthcare providers who work with critical care pediatric patients and are involved in advanced care skills. The goal of the PALS Course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes.

The registration fee is $150. The fee is waived for Scott & White residents, fellows and physicians.

Download event materials: http://cmetracker.net/SW/Files/EventMaterials/6138.pdf

Register online:
http://cmetracker.net/SW/Catalog?EventID=6138

For more information or to register, contact Shirley Cockrell at 254-724-5804 or scockrell@sw.org

5:30PM - 6:30PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls, 810 W. Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX 78654Learn the basics of breastfeeding, including discussions on position, latch techniques, feeding schedules, benefits and challenges. Support persons are encouraged to attend with expectant mothers.

A Spanish-speaking class follows at 6:30 p.m.

RSVP is required. For additional information or to register, please call 830-201-8200.

6PM - 7PMCollege Station Hospital Tour - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Expectant families are invited to come tour the hospital facility in preparation for the big day. We will review the Labor and Delivery registration process, take a tour and answer any questions that might help ease any anxiety and make the process more enjoyable!

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI JUL 081PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT JUL 099AM - 12PMDaddy Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845A prenatal workshop just for new dads. This "for men only" course is designed to meet the changing needs of today¿s dads. Dads receive the education, tools and practical hands-on experience that encourage confidence in their abilities and foster trust between them and their partner.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 12PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This one-session introduction to breastfeeding focuses on techniques for initiating nursing during the early weeks with your newborn and maintaining a successful breastfeeding experience. Discussions include: benefits for both mom and baby, latching, positioning, returning to the workplace. Information on breast pumps and other available lactation services are also included. Dads or other primary support persons are strongly encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - San Gabriel Park, 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Austin/Round Rock region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

Attend this free event and receive blood pressure screening, personal pedometer, t-shirt (for first-time walkers) and refreshments.

Visit walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

10AM - 11:30AMSibling Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 3rd Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Are you trying to prepare your young child for the birth of a sibling? This fun and interactive class with provide you with the guidance and information you need to help prepare your child with this exciting time. Activities are focused on what a newborn looks and acts like, where mommy will be during delivery and what it will be like with a new baby at home. Parenting tips to help your child welcome the new baby into the family are also shared.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

MON JUL 111PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Georgetown, 4945 Williams Drive, Georgetown, TX 78633Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Participants are invited to bring an interpreter if needed.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU JUL 145:30PM - 6:30PMEat Well Culinary Classes: Cooking 101 - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Round Rock, Cafeteria, 300 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Cooking 101 will introduce basic cooking skills, including how to ready recipes, read nutrition labels, and handy tips on basic food preparation.

Classes are taught by trained chefs and registered dietitians. Participants will sample prepared recipes during class.

Educational fun for the entire family! $5 registration fee per person.

To register, call 844.BSW.DOCS*
*Please advise of any food allergies

6:30PM - 8:30PMBaby Care Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Offered to parents in their last trimester. Includes topics such as diapering and bathing baby, sleep and crying patterns, normal newborn characteristics and hospital routines. Both parents are encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI JUL 151PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT JUL 169AM - 4PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Topics for this one-day class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - Temple Lions Park, 4320 Lions Park Road, Temple, TX 76502Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

All ages welcome. Mark your calendar for our monthly walks every third Saturday of the month.

Follow Lions park Drive past the baseball fields and dog park to the pavilion and look for Walk with a Doc signs

Visit http://walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

MON JUL 185PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU JUL 216PM - 8PMInfant CPR Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This class covers infant CPR and infant choking.

Cost of class is $10 per person. The fee is due at the time of the class.

RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI JUL 221PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT JUL 239:30AM - 10:30AMStress Management Workshop - Scott & White Clinic - Killeen, Pediatric Entrance, 3801 Scott & White Drive, Killeen, TX 76543Stress is part of everyday life that affects not only adults, but also adolescents and children. Children and adolescents ages 7-17 are invited to join psychologist Julienne Clowney, PsyD, at Scott & White Clinic - Killeen for a FREE informational stress management workshop. Information presented includes signs and symptoms of stress, common triggers and effective management strategies.  Parents/caregivers are required to remain at Scott & White Clinic - Killeen during the workshop.

Space is limited. RSVP required. Call 254.680.1350 to sign up.

MON JUL 259AM - 4PMSafe Sitter Course for Teens - McLane Children's Scott & White Hospital - Temple, 5th Floor, 1901 SW H.K. Dodgen Loop, Temple, TX 76502Scott & White Trauma Injury Prevention Outreach offers Safe Sitter® courses to provide young teens (ages 11-14) life and safety skills needed for babysitting.

Participants will learn:
-          Child and infant CPR techniques
-          How to rescue a child or infant who is choking
-          How to care for children of all ages
-          How to prevent problem behavior
-          How, why and where injuries happen so they can be prevented
-          How to decide the seriousness of a problem if someone is injured
-          How to prevent problem behavior
-          & more!

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, as class size is limited. Pre-registration is required. Class cost is $60; payment must be received to book a spot.

For more information and the registration form, visit http://safesitter.sw.org.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

5:30PM - 6:30PMDiabetes Support Group - Scott & White Center for Diagnostic Medicine, First floor conference room, 1605 South 31st St, Temple, TX 76508The Diabetes Support Group provides a time for adults coping with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to give and receive support in dealing with a condition that can be demanding and challenging. Through group discussion and lectures from specialists, you can share your experiences, gain support and improve your diabetes self-care. The support group can help you explore issues important to you and help you begin to make life changes.

There is no charge for the event, and it is open to the general public. It meets on the last Monday  of every month, with the exception of holidays.

No registration required. For more information, please contact 254-215-0310.

FRI JUL 291PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

MON AUG 019AM - 4PMSafe Sitter Course for Teens - McLane Children's Scott & White Hospital - Temple, 5th Floor, 1901 SW H.K. Dodgen Loop, Temple, TX 76502Scott & White Trauma Injury Prevention Outreach offers Safe Sitter® courses to provide young teens (ages 11-14) life and safety skills needed for babysitting.

Participants will learn:
-          Child and infant CPR techniques
-          How to rescue a child or infant who is choking
-          How to care for children of all ages
-          How to prevent problem behavior
-          How, why and where injuries happen so they can be prevented
-          How to decide the seriousness of a problem if someone is injured
-          How to prevent problem behavior
-          & more!

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, as class size is limited. Pre-registration is required. Class cost is $60; payment must be received to book a spot.

For more information and the registration form, visit http://safesitter.sw.org.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Georgetown, 4945 Williams Drive, Georgetown, TX 78633Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Participants are invited to bring an interpreter if needed.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

TUE AUG 027PM - 9PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This is the first class in a three-part series that meets weekly on the first three Tuesdays of the month.

Topics for this class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

WED AUG 0312PM - 2:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Taylor, 305 Mallard Lane, Taylor, TX 76574Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Spanish language interpreter available upon request.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 800 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This four-week class is provided to measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing knowledge, skills and attitudes.

Physician referral is required. Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Diabetes Education. Outside physicians should fax a referral form to 979-207-4120.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

THU AUG 041PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Cedar Park, 910 E Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park, TX, 78613Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

3PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Temple South Loop, 2601 Thornton Lane, Temple, TX 76502Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Thursdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

5:30PM - 6:30PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls, 810 W. Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX 78654Learn the basics of breastfeeding, including discussions on position, latch techniques, feeding schedules, benefits and challenges. Support persons are encouraged to attend with expectant mothers.

A Spanish-speaking class follows at 6:30 p.m.

RSVP is required. For additional information or to register, please call 830-201-8200.

6PM - 7PMCollege Station Hospital Tour - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Expectant families are invited to come tour the hospital facility in preparation for the big day. We will review the Labor and Delivery registration process, take a tour and answer any questions that might help ease any anxiety and make the process more enjoyable!

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI AUG 051PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT AUG 0610AM - 11:30AMSibling Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 3rd Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Are you trying to prepare your young child for the birth of a sibling? This fun and interactive class with provide you with the guidance and information you need to help prepare your child with this exciting time. Activities are focused on what a newborn looks and acts like, where mommy will be during delivery and what it will be like with a new baby at home. Parenting tips to help your child welcome the new baby into the family are also shared.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

MON AUG 085PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU AUG 116:30PM - 8:30PMBaby Care Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Offered to parents in their last trimester. Includes topics such as diapering and bathing baby, sleep and crying patterns, normal newborn characteristics and hospital routines. Both parents are encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

SAT AUG 139AM - 12PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This one-session introduction to breastfeeding focuses on techniques for initiating nursing during the early weeks with your newborn and maintaining a successful breastfeeding experience. Discussions include: benefits for both mom and baby, latching, positioning, returning to the workplace. Information on breast pumps and other available lactation services are also included. Dads or other primary support persons are strongly encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - San Gabriel Park, 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Austin/Round Rock region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

Attend this free event and receive blood pressure screening, personal pedometer, t-shirt (for first-time walkers) and refreshments.

Visit walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

MON AUG 151:30PM - 3:30PMLook Good Feel Better: Helping Women with Cancer - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, Fourth floor conference room425 University Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78664Join us for a workshop that provides information and complimentary make-up to make help make women undergoing cancer treatment look and feel more comfortable with the changes in their appearance. Licensed cosmetologists teach the workshop in a group setting that creates a sense of support, confidence, courage and community.

RSVP is required to attend. To sign up, call 1-800-227-2345.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU AUG 186PM - 8PMInfant CPR Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This class covers infant CPR and infant choking.

Cost of class is $10 per person. The fee is due at the time of the class.

RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI AUG 191PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT AUG 209AM - 4PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Topics for this one-day class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - Temple Lions Park, 4320 Lions Park Road, Temple, TX 76502Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

All ages welcome. Mark your calendar for our monthly walks every third Saturday of the month.

Follow Lions park Drive past the baseball fields and dog park to the pavilion and look for Walk with a Doc signs

Visit http://walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

9:30AM - 10:30AMStress Management Workshop - Scott & White Clinic - Killeen, Pediatric Entrance, 3801 Scott & White Drive, Killeen, TX 76543Stress is part of everyday life that affects not only adults, but also adolescents and children. Children and adolescents ages 7-17 are invited to join psychologist Julienne Clowney, PsyD, at Scott & White Clinic - Killeen for a FREE informational stress management workshop. Information presented includes signs and symptoms of stress, common triggers and effective management strategies.  Parents/caregivers are required to remain at Scott & White Clinic - Killeen during the workshop.

Space is limited. RSVP required. Call 254.680.1350 to sign up.

10AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON AUG 225PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

FRI AUG 261PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT AUG 2710AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON AUG 295PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

5:30PM - 6:30PMDiabetes Support Group - Scott & White Center for Diagnostic Medicine, First floor conference room, 1605 South 31st St, Temple, TX 76508The Diabetes Support Group provides a time for adults coping with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to give and receive support in dealing with a condition that can be demanding and challenging. Through group discussion and lectures from specialists, you can share your experiences, gain support and improve your diabetes self-care. The support group can help you explore issues important to you and help you begin to make life changes.

There is no charge for the event, and it is open to the general public. It meets on the last Monday  of every month, with the exception of holidays.

No registration required. For more information, please contact 254-215-0310.

THU SEP 011PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Cedar Park, 910 E Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park, TX, 78613Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

3PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Temple South Loop, 2601 Thornton Lane, Temple, TX 76502Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Thursdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

3PM - 8PMPediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Renewal Course - Scott & White Temple Hospital, Conference Center Building, Room A200A/B, 2401 S. 31st Street, Temple, TX 76508 This PALS renewal course is for healthcare providers who work with critical care pediatric patients and are involved in advanced care skills. The goal of the PALS Course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes.

The registration fee is $150. The fee is waived for Scott & White residents, fellows and physicians.

Download event materials: http://cmetracker.net/SW/Files/EventMaterials/6133.pdf

Register online:
http://cmetracker.net/SW/Catalog?EventID=6133

For more information or to register, contact Shirley Cockrell at 254-724-5804 or scockrell@sw.org

5:30PM - 6:30PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls, 810 W. Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX 78654Learn the basics of breastfeeding, including discussions on position, latch techniques, feeding schedules, benefits and challenges. Support persons are encouraged to attend with expectant mothers.

A Spanish-speaking class follows at 6:30 p.m.

RSVP is required. For additional information or to register, please call 830-201-8200.

6PM - 7PMCollege Station Hospital Tour - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Expectant families are invited to come tour the hospital facility in preparation for the big day. We will review the Labor and Delivery registration process, take a tour and answer any questions that might help ease any anxiety and make the process more enjoyable!

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI SEP 021PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT SEP 0310AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON SEP 055PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

5:30PM - 6:30PMDiabetes Support Group - Scott & White Center for Diagnostic Medicine, First floor conference room, 1605 South 31st St, Temple, TX 76508The Diabetes Support Group provides a time for adults coping with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to give and receive support in dealing with a condition that can be demanding and challenging. Through group discussion and lectures from specialists, you can share your experiences, gain support and improve your diabetes self-care. The support group can help you explore issues important to you and help you begin to make life changes.

There is no charge for the event, and it is open to the general public. It meets on the last Monday  of every month, with the exception of holidays.

No registration required. For more information, please contact 254-215-0310.

TUE SEP 063PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Killeen, 3801 Scott & White Drive, Killeen, TX 76543Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Tuesdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

7PM - 9PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This is the first class in a three-part series that meets weekly on the first three Tuesdays of the month.

Topics for this class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

WED SEP 078AM - 10AMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Nephrology & Dialysis Center - Round Rock, 2120 N. Mays, Rock Creek Plaza, Suite 230, Round Rock, TX 78664Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Wednesdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

12PM - 2:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Taylor, 305 Mallard Lane, Taylor, TX 76574Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Spanish language interpreter available upon request.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 800 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This four-week class is provided to measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing knowledge, skills and attitudes.

Physician referral is required. Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Diabetes Education. Outside physicians should fax a referral form to 979-207-4120.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

THU SEP 086:30PM - 8:30PMBaby Care Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Offered to parents in their last trimester. Includes topics such as diapering and bathing baby, sleep and crying patterns, normal newborn characteristics and hospital routines. Both parents are encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI SEP 091PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT SEP 109AM - 12PMDaddy Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845A prenatal workshop just for new dads. This "for men only" course is designed to meet the changing needs of today¿s dads. Dads receive the education, tools and practical hands-on experience that encourage confidence in their abilities and foster trust between them and their partner.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - San Gabriel Park, 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Austin/Round Rock region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

Attend this free event and receive blood pressure screening, personal pedometer, t-shirt (for first-time walkers) and refreshments.

Visit walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

9AM - 12PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This one-session introduction to breastfeeding focuses on techniques for initiating nursing during the early weeks with your newborn and maintaining a successful breastfeeding experience. Discussions include: benefits for both mom and baby, latching, positioning, returning to the workplace. Information on breast pumps and other available lactation services are also included. Dads or other primary support persons are strongly encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

10AM - 11:30AMSibling Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 3rd Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Are you trying to prepare your young child for the birth of a sibling? This fun and interactive class with provide you with the guidance and information you need to help prepare your child with this exciting time. Activities are focused on what a newborn looks and acts like, where mommy will be during delivery and what it will be like with a new baby at home. Parenting tips to help your child welcome the new baby into the family are also shared.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

10AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON SEP 121PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Georgetown, 4945 Williams Drive, Georgetown, TX 78633Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Participants are invited to bring an interpreter if needed.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

FRI SEP 161PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT SEP 179AM - 4PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Topics for this one-day class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - Temple Lions Park, 4320 Lions Park Road, Temple, TX 76502Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

All ages welcome. Mark your calendar for our monthly walks every third Saturday of the month.

Follow Lions park Drive past the baseball fields and dog park to the pavilion and look for Walk with a Doc signs

Visit http://walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

10AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON SEP 195PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU SEP 229AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

FRI SEP 231PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT SEP 2410AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON SEP 265PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU SEP 299AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

FRI SEP 301PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT OCT 0110AM - 11:30AMSibling Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 3rd Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Are you trying to prepare your young child for the birth of a sibling? This fun and interactive class with provide you with the guidance and information you need to help prepare your child with this exciting time. Activities are focused on what a newborn looks and acts like, where mommy will be during delivery and what it will be like with a new baby at home. Parenting tips to help your child welcome the new baby into the family are also shared.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

10AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON OCT 031PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Georgetown, 4945 Williams Drive, Georgetown, TX 78633Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Participants are invited to bring an interpreter if needed.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

TUE OCT 047PM - 9PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This is the first class in a three-part series that meets weekly on the first three Tuesdays of the month.

Topics for this class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

WED OCT 0512PM - 2:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Taylor, 305 Mallard Lane, Taylor, TX 76574Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Spanish language interpreter available upon request.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 800 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This four-week class is provided to measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing knowledge, skills and attitudes.

Physician referral is required. Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Diabetes Education. Outside physicians should fax a referral form to 979-207-4120.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

THU OCT 069AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Cedar Park, 910 E Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park, TX, 78613Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

3PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Temple South Loop, 2601 Thornton Lane, Temple, TX 76502Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Thursdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

5:30PM - 6:30PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls, 810 W. Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX 78654Learn the basics of breastfeeding, including discussions on position, latch techniques, feeding schedules, benefits and challenges. Support persons are encouraged to attend with expectant mothers.

A Spanish-speaking class follows at 6:30 p.m.

RSVP is required. For additional information or to register, please call 830-201-8200.

6PM - 7PMCollege Station Hospital Tour - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Expectant families are invited to come tour the hospital facility in preparation for the big day. We will review the Labor and Delivery registration process, take a tour and answer any questions that might help ease any anxiety and make the process more enjoyable!

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI OCT 071PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT OCT 089AM - 12PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This one-session introduction to breastfeeding focuses on techniques for initiating nursing during the early weeks with your newborn and maintaining a successful breastfeeding experience. Discussions include: benefits for both mom and baby, latching, positioning, returning to the workplace. Information on breast pumps and other available lactation services are also included. Dads or other primary support persons are strongly encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - San Gabriel Park, 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Austin/Round Rock region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

Attend this free event and receive blood pressure screening, personal pedometer, t-shirt (for first-time walkers) and refreshments.

Visit walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

10AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON OCT 105PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU OCT 139AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

6:30PM - 8:30PMBaby Care Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Offered to parents in their last trimester. Includes topics such as diapering and bathing baby, sleep and crying patterns, normal newborn characteristics and hospital routines. Both parents are encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI OCT 141PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT OCT 159AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - Temple Lions Park, 4320 Lions Park Road, Temple, TX 76502Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

All ages welcome. Mark your calendar for our monthly walks every third Saturday of the month.

Follow Lions park Drive past the baseball fields and dog park to the pavilion and look for Walk with a Doc signs

Visit http://walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

10AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON OCT 171:30PM - 3:30PMLook Good Feel Better: Helping Women with Cancer - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, Fourth floor conference room425 University Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78664Join us for a workshop that provides information and complimentary make-up to make help make women undergoing cancer treatment look and feel more comfortable with the changes in their appearance. Licensed cosmetologists teach the workshop in a group setting that creates a sense of support, confidence, courage and community.

RSVP is required to attend. To sign up, call 1-800-227-2345.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU OCT 209AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

FRI OCT 211PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT OCT 229AM - 4PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Topics for this one-day class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

10AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON OCT 245PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU OCT 279AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

FRI OCT 281PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT OCT 2910AM - 12PMSports Injury Clinics - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 3rd Floor, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, will host walk-in clinics beginning at 10 a.m. every Saturday morning during the fall semester to address acute sports injuries.

The program uses the latest techniques and technology to provide care for all athletes in middle and high school. This walk-in clinic is for acute sports injuries only. Sports physicals are not offered but can be scheduled. Concussion testing and exams are not available at this clinic due to the time needed to administer the assessment.

Athletes must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, athletic trainer or coach. Please bring a copy of insurance card.

Questions? Call 979.207.4555.

MON OCT 315PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

TUE NOV 013PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Killeen, 3801 Scott & White Drive, Killeen, TX 76543Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Tuesdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

7PM - 9PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This is the first class in a three-part series that meets weekly on the first three Tuesdays of the month.

Topics for this class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

WED NOV 028AM - 10AMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Nephrology & Dialysis Center - Round Rock, 2120 N. Mays, Rock Creek Plaza, Suite 230, Round Rock, TX 78664Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Wednesdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

12PM - 2:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Taylor, 305 Mallard Lane, Taylor, TX 76574Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Spanish language interpreter available upon request.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 800 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This four-week class is provided to measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing knowledge, skills and attitudes.

Physician referral is required. Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Diabetes Education. Outside physicians should fax a referral form to 979-207-4120.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

THU NOV 039AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Cedar Park, 910 E Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park, TX, 78613Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

3PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Temple South Loop, 2601 Thornton Lane, Temple, TX 76502Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Thursdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

3PM - 8PMPediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Renewal Course - Scott & White Temple Hospital, Conference Center Building, Room A200A/B, 2401 S. 31st Street, Temple, TX 76508 This PALS renewal course is for healthcare providers who work with critical care pediatric patients and are involved in advanced care skills. The goal of the PALS Course is to improve the quality of care provided to seriously ill or injured children, resulting in improved outcomes.

The registration fee is $150. The fee is waived for Scott & White residents, fellows and physicians.

Download event materials: http://cmetracker.net/SW/Files/EventMaterials/6134.pdf

Register online:
http://cmetracker.net/SW/Catalog?EventID=6134

For more information or to register, contact Shirley Cockrell at 254-724-5804 or scockrell@sw.org

5:30PM - 6:30PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls, 810 W. Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX 78654Learn the basics of breastfeeding, including discussions on position, latch techniques, feeding schedules, benefits and challenges. Support persons are encouraged to attend with expectant mothers.

A Spanish-speaking class follows at 6:30 p.m.

RSVP is required. For additional information or to register, please call 830-201-8200.

6PM - 7PMCollege Station Hospital Tour - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Expectant families are invited to come tour the hospital facility in preparation for the big day. We will review the Labor and Delivery registration process, take a tour and answer any questions that might help ease any anxiety and make the process more enjoyable!

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI NOV 041PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT NOV 0510AM - 11:30AMSibling Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 3rd Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Are you trying to prepare your young child for the birth of a sibling? This fun and interactive class with provide you with the guidance and information you need to help prepare your child with this exciting time. Activities are focused on what a newborn looks and acts like, where mommy will be during delivery and what it will be like with a new baby at home. Parenting tips to help your child welcome the new baby into the family are also shared.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

MON NOV 071PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Georgetown, 4945 Williams Drive, Georgetown, TX 78633Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Participants are invited to bring an interpreter if needed.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU NOV 109AM - 11AMA Matter of Balance - Scott & White Wellness Center ¿ Brenham, 2111 S. Day St. Brenham, TX 77833Led by A&M Nursing students, this class is designed to reduce the fear of falling, stop the fear of falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults.

For more information and to register, call 979-830-5017.

6:30PM - 8:30PMBaby Care Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Offered to parents in their last trimester. Includes topics such as diapering and bathing baby, sleep and crying patterns, normal newborn characteristics and hospital routines. Both parents are encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI NOV 111PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT NOV 129AM - 12PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This one-session introduction to breastfeeding focuses on techniques for initiating nursing during the early weeks with your newborn and maintaining a successful breastfeeding experience. Discussions include: benefits for both mom and baby, latching, positioning, returning to the workplace. Information on breast pumps and other available lactation services are also included. Dads or other primary support persons are strongly encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - San Gabriel Park, 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Austin/Round Rock region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

Attend this free event and receive blood pressure screening, personal pedometer, t-shirt (for first-time walkers) and refreshments.

Visit walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

9AM - 12PMDaddy Class - Scott & White College Station Hospital, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845A prenatal workshop just for new dads. This "for men only" course is designed to meet the changing needs of today¿s dads. Dads receive the education, tools and practical hands-on experience that encourage confidence in their abilities and foster trust between them and their partner.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

MON NOV 145PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

FRI NOV 181PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT NOV 199AM - 4PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Topics for this one-day class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - Temple Lions Park, 4320 Lions Park Road, Temple, TX 76502Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

All ages welcome. Mark your calendar for our monthly walks every third Saturday of the month.

Follow Lions park Drive past the baseball fields and dog park to the pavilion and look for Walk with a Doc signs

Visit http://walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

MON NOV 215PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

MON NOV 285PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

THU DEC 011PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Cedar Park, 910 E Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park, TX, 78613Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

3PM - 5PMKidney Disease Patient Education - Scott & White Clinic - Temple South Loop, 2601 Thornton Lane, Temple, TX 76502Kidney Disease Patient Education Courses are offered on three consecutive Thursdays for patients with Stage IV Kidney Disease (GFR 5-29). Featuring the National Kidney Foundation's "Your Treatment, Your Choice" education program, participants can learn different options for treatments that replace the kidneys and make the best choices for them.

The three class series includes the following topics:

CLASS 1:
Session 1: Understanding Kidney Disease - What You Need to Know
Session 2: Managing Kidney Disease - What You Can Do

CLASS 2:
Session 3: Choosing Transplantation
Session 4: Choosing Dialysis

CLASS 3:
Session 5: Choosing the "No Treatment" Option
Session 6: Living Well with Your Choices

PHYSICIAN REFERRAL IS REQUIRED. To participate in these classes, let your physician know you are interested. Physicians will connect you with a nephrologist in the Division of Nephrology. The nephrologist will refer interested and eligible patients.

Patients may be encouraged to bring a family member to the sessions.

5:30PM - 6:30PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls, 810 W. Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX 78654Learn the basics of breastfeeding, including discussions on position, latch techniques, feeding schedules, benefits and challenges. Support persons are encouraged to attend with expectant mothers.

A Spanish-speaking class follows at 6:30 p.m.

RSVP is required. For additional information or to register, please call 830-201-8200.

6PM - 7PMCollege Station Hospital Tour - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Expectant families are invited to come tour the hospital facility in preparation for the big day. We will review the Labor and Delivery registration process, take a tour and answer any questions that might help ease any anxiety and make the process more enjoyable!

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI DEC 021PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT DEC 0310AM - 11:30AMSibling Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 3rd Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Are you trying to prepare your young child for the birth of a sibling? This fun and interactive class with provide you with the guidance and information you need to help prepare your child with this exciting time. Activities are focused on what a newborn looks and acts like, where mommy will be during delivery and what it will be like with a new baby at home. Parenting tips to help your child welcome the new baby into the family are also shared.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

MON DEC 051PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Georgetown, 4945 Williams Drive, Georgetown, TX 78633Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Participants are invited to bring an interpreter if needed.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

TUE DEC 067PM - 9PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This is the first class in a three-part series that meets weekly on the first three Tuesdays of the month.

Topics for this class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

WED DEC 0712PM - 2:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Taylor, 305 Mallard Lane, Taylor, TX 76574Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

Sessions are taught in English. Spanish language interpreter available upon request.

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

1PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Rock Prairie, 800 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This four-week class is provided to measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing knowledge, skills and attitudes.

Physician referral is required. Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Diabetes Education. Outside physicians should fax a referral form to 979-207-4120.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

THU DEC 086:30PM - 8:30PMBaby Care Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Offered to parents in their last trimester. Includes topics such as diapering and bathing baby, sleep and crying patterns, normal newborn characteristics and hospital routines. Both parents are encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

FRI DEC 091PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT DEC 109AM - 12PMBreastfeeding Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845This one-session introduction to breastfeeding focuses on techniques for initiating nursing during the early weeks with your newborn and maintaining a successful breastfeeding experience. Discussions include: benefits for both mom and baby, latching, positioning, returning to the workplace. Information on breast pumps and other available lactation services are also included. Dads or other primary support persons are strongly encouraged to attend.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - San Gabriel Park, 445 E Morrow St, Georgetown, TX 78626Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Austin/Round Rock region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

Attend this free event and receive blood pressure screening, personal pedometer, t-shirt (for first-time walkers) and refreshments.

Visit walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

MON DEC 125PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

FRI DEC 161PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

SAT DEC 179AM - 4PMChildbirthing Class - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, 5th Floor Classroom, 700 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845Topics for this one-day class include childbirth education and labor support, understanding labor and birth, and caring for oneself post-partum. Class includes a tour of the unit.

The class is free. RSVP is required. To register, please visit: https://www-secure.sw.org/secure/forms/childbirth-class-registration-cs

9AM - 11AMWalk with a Doc - Temple Lions Park, 4320 Lions Park Road, Temple, TX 76502Walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes.  Join providers from Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple region for an informative discussion on a variety of health topics before stepping off on a two-mile walk, where you can continue the conversation with this month's guest walker.  

All ages welcome. Mark your calendar for our monthly walks every third Saturday of the month.

Follow Lions park Drive past the baseball fields and dog park to the pavilion and look for Walk with a Doc signs

Visit http://walkwithadoc.org for more information on this national wellness program.

MON DEC 191:30PM - 3:30PMLook Good Feel Better: Helping Women with Cancer - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, Fourth floor conference room425 University Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78664Join us for a workshop that provides information and complimentary make-up to make help make women undergoing cancer treatment look and feel more comfortable with the changes in their appearance. Licensed cosmetologists teach the workshop in a group setting that creates a sense of support, confidence, courage and community.

RSVP is required to attend. To sign up, call 1-800-227-2345.

5PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

FRI DEC 231PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.

MON DEC 265PM - 6PMWeight Management Course - Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - College Station, Rio Grande Room, 700 Scott and White Drive, College Station, TXThis free four-week course is designed to provide weight loss education, motivation and support.

Each week, the course focuses on a different topic:
- Medical weight loss
- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Injury prevention/treatment and exercise

Featured speakers include:
Kristopher D. Knoop, MD, FAAFP - Obesity Medicine Specialist
Dr. Deborah Cheshire, PhD - Clinical Psychologist
Allison Beck - Clinical Dietician
Boone Barrow, MD - Sports Medicine Specialist

FRI DEC 301PM - 3:30PMDiabetes Bootcamp - Basic Group Education - Scott & White Clinic - Round Rock, 425 University Blvd., Round Rock, TX 78665Measurably improve diabetes control by enhancing diabetes knowledge, skills and attitudes! This program contains the same material presented in our six-month cycle classes, but it is compressed into a single month to allow participants to complete it faster during four 2.5-hour classes.

Physician referral is required.Scott & White physicians should send physician referral through Epic as Ambulatory Diabetes Education. Outside physicians please fax referral form to 512-509-3490 or 3410.

SESSION 1 TOPICS
Diabetes symptoms, treatment goals, glucose monitoring, carbohydrate basics, reading a food label and benefits of exercise

SESSION 2 TOPICS
Hypo/hyperglycemia causes, symptoms and treatments; healthy food choices, portion control and dining out

SESSION 3 TOPICS
Foot care, lowering sodium and choosing healthy types of fats

SESSION 4 TOPICS
Stress reduction, benefits of fiber and omega-3s, healthy weight loss and dietary supplements

The American Diabetes Association recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.