Prevention and Classes

A Lifetime of Healthy Learning

With 20 hospitals and medical facilities—large and small—spread across central Indiana, St.Vincent Health is a vital part of our state’s healthcare landscape. The health and well-being of the communities we live and work in have always been our focus—not just in times of illness, but as part of what we all do to stay healthy, improve our own lives, and help others in need. After all, what better gift is there than health—our own, and that of our family, friends, and the surrounding community?

At St.Vincent hospitals and community settings around the state, we offer a variety of classes, support groups, health fairs and presentations, as well as other educational and certification training programs that help promote wellness and the prevention of disease.

Whether you are planning a pregnancy, working to maintain good health, learning to live with a chronic disease, or coping with a new diagnosis, our trained educators and experts are here to help.

Health Fairs and Screenings

To submit a request for a Health Fair/Screening, Health Speaker and/or Educational Materials, please click here.

$49 HeartScan

A HeartScan can help identify your risk for heart disease. And when you know what you’re facing, you can make lifestyle changes that can reduce your chances of a heart attack, stroke, or other form of cardiovascular disease.

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St.Vincent Health iOS App

The St.Vincent Health Caring App

Access to St.Vincent Health at your Fingertips. Free on iTunes.

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Community Health Needs Assessment

Community Health
Needs Assessment

St.Vincent conducts Community Health Needs Assessments as part of a tradition of engaging in community health initiatives and strategic planning.

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Drive Now Text Later

The St.Vincent Trauma Center developed an injury prevention campaign focused on raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving as an initiative to influence teens, families and community leaders to change dangerous driving habits.

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