AdventHealth Hendersonville Weekly Calendar

Press release from AdventHealth Hendersonville:

Spine Care That Treats the Whole Person: Advanced Treatments for Back Pain
Wednesday, March 20, 6 to 7:30 pm
Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park
43 Town Square Boulevard, Asheville

AdventHealth is committed to providing whole-person, high-quality health care and vital knowledge to empower people to experience their healthiest lives. On March 20, the community is invited to join AdventHealth Hendersonville Orthopedic Program Medical Director Stephen David, MD as he discusses the benefits of incorporating MazorX™ robotic-assisted platform technology during spinal procedures. Dr. David will share how surgeons at AdventHealth Hendersonville are using this robotic guidance system for planning, surgical guidance and verification to enable predictability and precision for your procedure. For more information and to register, please visit or call 855-774-LIFE (5433).

The Baby Place
Please call 855-774-LIFE (5433) or visit to register for these FREE Baby Place classes.

Celebrate Pregnancy & Childbirth 3-Day Class
Sundays, March 17, 24, 31, 1 to 5 pm
AdventHealth Hendersonville
100 Hospital Drive, Hendersonville

This FREE three-session, 12-hour childbirth course offers all the essentials to prepare you for labor, childbirth and the care of your newborn. Topics include:

Session One: late pregnancy, onset of labor, the stages of labor, what labor feels like, how to time contractions, knowing when to leave for the hospital, and baby’s delivery.

Session Two: what to expect the first hour after giving birth, medical procedures in childbirth, understanding cesarean birth, how to support your loved one in childbirth, breath awareness skills, and hands-on comfort measures in labor. Please bring three comfy pillows and a blanket to this session.

Session Three: postpartum recovery and care, resuming intimacy after childbirth, breastfeeding education – including proper latch and positioning, newborn sleep safety, diapering and bathing your newborn, and how to soothe a fussy baby. Please bring a baby doll or stuffed animal to this session.

A tour of The Baby Place will be offered with session two. Plan on attending all sessions of the class. Light refreshments are provided. Registration includes all three sessions and is FREE.

New Beginnings Postpartum Support Group
Wednesdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27, 10 to 11 am
AdventHealth Hendersonville
The Baby Place
100 Hospital Drive, Hendersonville

This FREE support group is a place where new families can gather together to share their experiences, receive help and support from each other, and find community resources. The group is led by a Baby Place nurse, and/or a Baby Place lactation consultant. A scale will be provided to weigh babies. Two caregivers and babies under one-year may attend. No registration required.

For more information, please call 828-681-2260 or email Joy Kusek at


Grief Recovery Program
Mondays, March 18 & 25, 6:30 pm
Fletcher Seventh-day Adventist Church
1141 Howard Gap Road, Hendersonville

Trying to work through your grief alone without the support of others is extremely difficult. Grief Recovery can help you face your feelings and work through them. This FREE 6-week seminar is facilitated by Chaplain Mike Lombardo.

For more information and to RSVP, call 828-674-2055 or email

MemoryCaregivers Network Support Groups
All MemoryCaregiver Network support groups are free and open to anyone caring for a person with memory loss.  For additional information, please contact Mary Donnelly at 828-230-4143 or at

New Hope Group (South Asheville)
Tuesday, March 19, 1 to 3 pm
New Hope Presbyterian Church
Lower Level Fellowship Hall (across from Givens Estates)
3070 Sweeten Creek Road, Asheville

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