Advance Care Planning
Plan now for your future healthcare decisions.
Health Initiative for Men
Griffin Hospital launched the Health Initiative for Men (HiM) to help inspire men to have an annual physical and raise awareness about men's health issues, such as prostate cancer and colorectal cancer.
Healthy U Educational Series
Healthy U "Tuesday Talks" are a series of wellness talks featuring Griffin Hospital medical experts and community partners providing trusted health information and answers to questions on a wide range of topics. All talks are free and open to the public.
Live Well workshops are free programs for individuals living with chronic conditions to help them develop confidence in their abilities to manage their health and maintain active and fulfilling lives.
Mini Med School
Free program for the layperson with little or no medical background, providing a unique opportunity to gain a greater understanding of how the human body works, insight into common disorders of the various organ systems, as well as information about disease prevention.
Mobile Health Resource Center
Personal Emergency Preparedness
The Griffin Hospital Department of Emergency Management (EM) helps to prepare the community in case of a disaster or emergency situation. This page provides safety and preparedness tips as well as important local and governmental contacts.
Emergency Management at Griffin Hospital has gathered helpful safety tips for dealing with and preparing for emergency situations.
Valley Parish Nurse Program
Valley Parish Nurses serve as coordinators between the clergy, parish and resources in the community, such as hospitals and other social service agencies.
Valley Women's Health Initiative
The Valley Women's Health Initiative (WHI) is comprised of members of the community working toward a common goal of addressing and improving women's health issues including breast cancer awareness and heart disease.
Women Making a Difference in the Valley
The Valley Women's Health Initiative is seeking nominations for "outstanding women" who have made positive contributions to the community
Valley Initiative to Advance Health & Learning in Schools
Women & Heart Disease
Annual program designed to increase awareness about heart disease in women and empower them to reduce their own risks through education and medical screenings.