All Services (A to Z):

- Adult DayAway
- Advance Directives
- Anesthesia Services
- Bariatric Services
- Birth Certificate
- BirthPlace
- Bone and Joint Center
- Bone Density Testing
- Breast Center
- Cancer Services
- Cardiovascular Services
- Center for Healthy Living
- Center for Lung Disease
- Childbirth & Parent Education
- Classes
- Clinical Research
- Colorectal Services
- CPR, ACLS, PALS Training
- Day Away
- Diabetes Center
- Dialysis Center
- Donations
- Emergency Care Center
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
- Endoscopy Services
- First Aid Training
- Foundation
- Genetic Testing
- Gift Shop
- Giving & Volunteering
- Gynecologic Oncology
- Headache Treatment Program
- Health Encyclopedia
- Hispanic Outreach Program
- HNH Fitness Center
- Home Health Care Services
- Hospice and Palliative Care
- Interventional Institute
- Korean Medical Program
- Kyphoplasty Services
- Laboratory
- Limb Salvage Program
- Liver Center
- Living Wills
- Lung Center
- Mammography
- Marketing & Public Relations
- Maternal-Fetal Medicine
- Medical Records
- Mobile Intensive Care Unit
- MS Center
- Neurophysiology/EEG Department
- Nutrition Services
- Occupational Health Services
- Occupational Therapy
- Orthopedics
- Pain Management
- Parent-Baby Groups
- Pastoral Care
- Patient Advocate
- Pay Your Bill
- Pediatric Services
- Perinatology
- PET/CT
- Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Physical Therapy
- Podiatry Services
- Primary Stroke Center
- Prostate Cancer
- Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine
- Radiology Services
- Radiation Oncology
- Radioembolization
- Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
- Regional Cancer Center
- Respiratory Services
- Seniors Services
- Single Incision
- Simulation Learning
- Sleep Center
- Sniffles Club
- Smoking Cessation
- Speech Therapy
- Sports Medicine
- Stroke Center
- Surgical Services
- Urology Services
- Uterine Fibroids
- Varicose Veins
- Vertebroplasty Treatment
- Villa Marie Claire Hospice
- Volunteer Services
- Women's Services
- Wound Healing Treatment




Speakers Bureau

The Center's Stay Healthy 101 is a speaker series aimed at preventing illness and promoting wellness through education. To arrange for a talk at your organization by one of Holy Name's healthcare experts, please contact Linda Lohsen, BSN, RN, Director of the Center for Healthy Living at 201-833-3000, ext. 7332 or
email: lohsen@holyname.org

Breast Cancer - Are You at Risk?

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancerrelated deaths in women; approximately one in eight will be diagnosed with some form of breast cancer. The good news is there are things a woman can do to reduce her personal risk for developing breast cancer and to make decisions concerning her health. Learn more about lifestyle choices and screening recommendations.

Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Colorectal cancer screening saves lives. If everyone aged 50 years or older were screened regularly, as many as 60% of deaths from this cancer could be prevented. Learn about aspects of colon health, as well as the tests that should be on your routine screening agenda.

Skin Cancer - Prevention and Screening Recommendations

Each year, more than one million Americans develop skin cancer. Fair-skinned people are particularly at risk. Learn about the types of skin cancer, what to look for on self-examination and suggestions for protecting yourself from UV light.

The Center's Stay Healthy 101 is a speaker series aimed at preventing illness and promoting wellness through education. To arrange for a talk at your organization by one of Holy Name's healthcare experts, please contact Linda Lohsen, BSN, RN, Director of the Center for Healthy Living at 201-833-3000, ext. 7332 or
email: lohsen@holyname.org

A Woman's Heart

Heart disease is the #1 killer of women, but many women do not know that they are at risk. Learn about risk factors and symptoms unique to women and lifestyle changes that you can make to improve your health.

Know Your Numbers

Risk factors for heart disease fall into two categories: those that can be changed and those that can't. Learn more about the tests that measure the controllable risk factors including blood pressure, cholesterol, and BMI, and lifestyle changes you can make to lower your risk.

Stroke - Act F.A.S.T.

Stroke - sometimes called a brain attack - is a medical emergency. Immediate treatment can protect the brain and enhance chances for a successful recovery. Learn about a simple tool - F.A.S.T. - and how remembering it can help you take action for someone you care about.

The Center's Stay Healthy 101 is a speaker series aimed at preventing illness and promoting wellness through education. To arrange for a talk at your organization by one of Holy Name's healthcare experts, please contact Linda Lohsen, BSN, RN, Director of the Center for Healthy Living at 201-833-3000, ext. 7332 or
email: lohsen@holyname.org

Chocolate: Divine Food, Fattening Junkor Nutritious Treat?

Originally known as Theobroma cacao (food of the gods), chocolate has a history dating back to ancient American civilizations. This talk will take a fun look at its history, as well as explore current knowledge of potential health benefits.

Coffee, Tea and You

Ninety percent of Americans consume caffeine every single day, making it America's most popular stimulant by far. How much do you know about this substance? Learn more about how caffeine affects you.

The Center's Stay Healthy 101 is a speaker series aimed at preventing illness and promoting wellness through education. To arrange for a talk at your organization by one of Holy Name's healthcare experts, please contact Linda Lohsen, BSN, RN, Director of the Center for Healthy Living at 201-833-3000, ext. 7332 or
email: lohsen@holyname.org

Complaint-Free Living

When we complain, we are using our words to focus on things that are not as we would like. When we truly begin to notice our words, we begin to notice our thoughts. When we notice our thoughts, we can change and ultimately reshape our lives. Learn what you can do to move from a complainer to an optimist.

How Happy Are You?

Are you truly happy or just getting by? More importantly, do you think there is anything you can do to move from a merely pleasant life to a meaningful life? We will explore how discovering and applying your best qualities to your daily life can help you travel the path to fulfillment.

Reminiscing

To reminisce is to indulge in enjoyable recollection of past events. Conducting this "life review" can increase one's sense of personal identity and meaning. Come take a trip down memory lane and learn how reminiscing can be good for your health.

Taking a Vacation from Stress

Even if your plans do not include a vacation away from home, it is still important to find ways to diminish everyday stresses. Although a certain amount of stress is necessary and even good for us, unrelieved stress in excess can have detrimental effects on almost all body systems. Learn simple things you can do to refresh your mind and find relaxation.

The Medicine of Laughter

One of the signs of overall well-being is the ability to maintain and enjoy one's sense of humor. Humor has many benefits: It actually causes us to produce hormones that elevate mood and promote healing, it gets us through tough times, and it helps us find more joy in life.

The Road to Wellness

Wellness has long been an admirable goal, but in recent years, health care has increasingly turned its focus to keeping people healthy in addition to caring for them when they are sick. Wellness involves more than just an absence of disease, and remaining healthy requires active participation on your part. Learn about steps you can take to maximize your health and your role in working with your healthcare professional.

The Center's Stay Healthy 101 is a speaker series aimed at preventing illness and promoting wellness through education. To arrange for a talk at your organization by one of Holy Name's healthcare experts, please contact Linda Lohsen, BSN, RN, Director of the Center for Healthy Living at 201-833-3000, ext. 7332 or
email: lohsen@holyname.org

Advance Directives

As much as we don't want to think about it, there may come a time in our future when we are no longer able to communicate our decisions concerning ourselves and our healthcare. Learn more about advance directives and how to start the conversation with your loved ones.

Antibiotics: Friend or Foe?

There was a time when antibiotics were the cure-all. However, antibiotic overuse has led to the emergence of drug resistant superbugs as well as wiping out the body's good bacteria. This leads to diseases that are di cult to treat and may, in fact, be life-threatening. Learn more about this emerging public health crisis and what you can do to protect yourself.

Are You Getting Your Zzzzzz's?

A good night's sleep is essential to your health and well-being, but there are many things that can interrupt your rest. A poor night's sleep can cause more than just fatigue. Some disturbances, like sleep apnea, can have serious health consequences. Learn more about specific sleep problems and how good sleep hygiene can help you get a good night's rest.

Brain Fitness

Just as we need to exercise our bodies, we also need to exercise our minds to keep them fit. Some research has shown that brain stimulation can help prevent agerelated cognitive decline and can also improve normally functioning minds. Learn ways to engage all of your senses daily, and have some fun with brain teasers.

Immunizations: You Never Outgrow the Need!

Vaccines are not just "kid stuff." Did you know that immunity can wane over time, leaving adults vulnerable to such diseases as whooping cough, pneumonia and shingles? Learn what immunizations are recommended to protect yourself and your loved ones (especially those who are immunocompromised or too young to be fully immunized).

Prevention of Food-Borne Illnesses

The United States has one of the safest food supplies in the world, but over 48 million cases of food-borne illnesses are reported annually. The young, elderly and immunocompromised are more at risk, yet everyone is susceptible. Learn about food-borne organisms that cause disease and the wide range of illnesses that can affect you.