At TriHealth, we provide a comprehensive range of fitness and health classes for expectant parents and adults of all ages and interests. Our goal is to equip you with the resources and tools you need to confidently make smart choices so you can lead a healthy, satisfying life.
A valuable resource for people 50 and older. TriHealth Seniority offers seminars, educational classes and social events to help the community we serve maintain healthier, more active lives. From systems & diseases of the human body to healthcare innovations, plus expert health insurance information and unique offerings that will help you live a longer, safer life.
Teepa. L. Snow, MS, OTR/L, FOATA, has developed multiple training videos, published many articles, and presents all across the continent on a variety of topics to a wide variety of audiences. For the past 6 years she has presented over 350 programs each year. She has received many awards for her clinical and teaching skills from a wide variety of organizations.
We strive to put you and your family at ease before, during and after your pregnancy through offering a variety of maternity education courses for expectant families. Classes include Childbirth Education, Breastfeeding Classes, TotSaver CPR, FastTrack to Fatherhood, The Toddler Tantrum Survival Guide, Toilet Training Without Tears, and many more!
The TriHealth Fitness & Health Pavilion works to keep our members and the community up-to-date on the latest health and wellness trends through screenings, classes and seminars that promote healthier lifestyles. We offer a variety of fitness classes and healthy living programs so you have the skills necessary to put your health first.
Trauma Services offers Simulation and Education to build and enhance our relationship with the EMS community through communication, education and research to optimize the health status of the people we serve. This includes our Paramedic Training Program and Simulation and Education Center.
TriHealth began providing the ThinkFirst Injury Prevention Program to Greater Cincinnati in 1986. ThinkFirst is a national injury prevention foundation with more than 250 chapters across the United States. Each year the ThinkFirst message reaches more than 20,000 local students, parents and community members throughout Greater Cincinnati.
Our calendar includes trauma quarterly case reviews.