Athens-Limestone Hospital offers innovative training and continuing education opportunities for nurses and clinical professionals, as well as community education programs on relevant health-related topics.
CPR and Advanced Life Support Classes
The Training Center instructors can provide classes for:
- Basic Life Support Provider
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider
- Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider
- Heartsaver CPR AED
- Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED
For more information on classes or to register, contact the Education Department at (256) 233-9536.
Diabetes Education Classes
This 8-hour class is offered monthly for those referred by a physician. A Certified Diabetic Educator, Registered Dietician and an RN educator teach the medical and nutritional aspects of diabetes. For more information, contact (256) 233-9146.
Individual Nutrition Education
Our Registered Dietician can help with diets for specific medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and renal disease. For more information, contact (256) 233-9146.
This class is taught by a Registered Nurse and is designed to help you understand pregnancy, labor, delivery, and post-delivery. The class also includes labor support and breathing techniques, prenatal and postpartum support and newborn care. For more information, contact (256) 233-9484.
The Athens-Limestone Hospital Moms and Babies Breastfeeding Support Group
Meets every Friday at 10:00 am at the Medical Office Building at 101 Fitness Way in room #2200. This class is taught by a board-certified Lactation Consultant, Glenni Lorick, I.B.C.L.C., R.L.C and provides basic breastfeeding information. For more information, contact (256) 262-2736.
This class is taught by a Registered Nurse and provides newborn care education for new parents and caregivers. It also includes education for newborn CPR. For more information, contact (256)233-9484.
Job Shadowing Program
The student job shadowing program provides opportunities for students to learn more about specific health care careers through first hand observation in the workplace. Participants must be at least 15 years old. For more information about this program and requirements to participate, download the application.