Salem Hospital - Community Health Education Center
Program Detail

Clases Prenatales

Location: Building D - 939 Oak Street SE

Room: 2nd Floor Classroom

Jul 15, 2012 (one day)

Meets 10:00 AM-12:30 PM
on Sun

Tuition: $20.00
Level: Open to anyone

Status: This program is completed
Esta clase le ayudará a usted y a su pareja a entender mejor lo que pasa durante el parto, al dar a luz y qué es lo que usted debe hacer para cuidarse a si misma y a su bebé después del parto. Haga planes para asistir a la clase durante el séptimo u octavo mes del embarazo.
  • La inscripción es de 20 dólares por pareja, esto incluye materiales. Inscríbase para asistir a la clase. Hay becas disponsibles.
  • No hay servicio de guardería.

Instructor -- Patty Vega
Patty ha estado enseñando en el Hospital de Salem desde el 2003. Sus clases incluyen Preparación de parto y reanimación cardiopulmonar de infante, y también da jiras de orientación del Centro de Parto. Patty nació y fue criada en el Condado de Marion y se graduó de la Universidad de Willamette y Oregon Health and Science University.

Se siente privilegiada de servir a nuevos padres; y es gran honor el ser parte de este tiempo tan especial en sus vidas al ayudarles a aprender del parto y como cuidar de su infante. Patty, quien padres nacieron en México, es fluido en español. También es madre orgullosa de dos hijos gemelos.

Patty has been teaching at Salem Hospital since 2003. Her classes include Childbirth Preparation and Infant CPR, and she also leads tours of the Family Birth Center. Patty was born and raised in Marion County and holds degrees from Willamette University and Oregon Health and Science University.

She feels privileged to serve expectant and new parents; and honored to be part of this special time in their lives and help them learn about their upcoming labor and delivery and how to care for their infants. Patty, whose parents were born in Mexico, is fluent in Spanish. She is also the proud mother of twin boys.

Things you need to know:

Pre-registration is required for most Salem Hospital classes. We sometimes have to cancel classes because there aren't enough people registered. Please don't wait until the last minute to register - you may find the class has been cancelled!

Assistance - Do you, or anyone who may be coming with you, need any special arrangements? (Examples: language interpreter, hearing assistance, mobility issues).  Please let us know when you register for the class, and at least 24 hours in advance so we can make arrangements for you. Thank you. [Espanol: ¿El participante, o cualquier persona que pueda acompañarlos, tienen todas las necesidades que requieren arreglos especiales? (Ejemplos: intérprete de lenguaje, audición, problemas de movilidad) Por favor, háganos saber por lo menos 24 horas de antelación para que podamos hacer los arreglos necesarios.]

Bad weather - We generally follow the Salem-Keizer School District. If Salem-Keizer Schools close due to weather, most likely any CHEC classes that day will be canceled. If you're not sure, please call 503-814-2432 to find out. But no matter what, if you don't feel safe driving, please stay home: we'd rather have you miss a class than risk hazardous roads and sidewalks!

Cancellation - If Salem Health cancels a class, a full refund or a class transfer will be issued.

Withdrawal - If you notify us at least 7 days before the start of a class or session that you can't attend, we will give you a full refund.

Medical Refund - A full refund will be issued if an illness or injury causes you to miss a class or part of a class. A note from your physician may be needed to get a medical refund.

Refund checks will be mailed, which takes about 3 weeks. Cash refunds are not available.

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