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Beaumont and Farmington Community Library to present Wednesday Wellness series
Beaumont Health System and the Farmington Community Library will launch a Wednesday Wellness community education series beginning Oct. 10.
While there are no fees to attend these evening programs, registration is required.
To register for any program in the series, call 248-553-6880 or go online at farmlib.org.
All programs begin at 7 p.m. in the Farmington Community Library, 32737 W. Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills.
- The Oct. 10 program, presented by Melissa McBrien, M.D., otolaryngologist, will discuss treatments for sinus and sniffles.
- The Oct. 17 program will focus on women’s urology issues. Donna Carrico, nurse practitioner and clinical director, Beaumont Women’s Urology Center will discuss bladder control and pelvic pain.
- Urologist Brian Seifman, M.D. will present information for men about prostate cancer at the Oct. 24 program.
- The series will conclude on Nov. 7 with cardiologist Alan Silverman, D.O. discussing heart health from cholesterol to exercise.
“Beaumont partners with many organizations to provide free health and wellness programs to address health care needs,” says Carla Schwartz, director, Community Affairs and Advocacy, Beaumont Health System.
Beaumont Health System
Beaumont Health System is a three-hospital regional health system with a total of 1,726 licensed beds, more than 14,000 full-time equivalent employees and 3,700 physicians. In addition to its hospitals, Beaumont operates numerous community-based medical centers in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties, family practice and internal medicine practices, five nursing centers, a research institute, home care services and hospice. Beaumont is the exclusive clinical teaching site for the new Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine that welcomed its charter class in August 2011.Visit Beaumont on the web at beaumont.edu
More About The Farmington Community Library Main Library
The Farmington Community Library Main Library in Farmington Hills offers a wealth of resources for residents in Farmington and Farmington Hills, both online and at the library. The spacious building houses a collection of more than 272,400 books, 30,000 movies on DVD or videotape and 23,000 audio recordings in various formats. The library subscribes to 614 magazines and newspapers, and patrons can also check out more than 8,000 books in electronic format. Internet access is available through 75 computers, as well as for those who use laptops at study tables. The children's section, in the lower level, has interactive play areas, as well as books, audio and video items. Outreach programs range from visits to 25 area senior centers and nursing homes to services for 40 child care centers. The library's History Collection has extensive local history and genealogical resources, as well as computers for personal research and study. Meeting rooms and an auditorium are available for meetings, presentations and programs. Online resources include digitized and searchable back issues of The Farmington Enterprise and Farmington Observer, an arts calendar, resources for coping during the recession, on-line renewals and reservations.
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