Star Valley Medical Center classes and events are offered to help you stay well and to provide you with the education and support you need to make informed decisions about your health. Many of the classes are offered at the hospital and are free to the public. Our staff is also very active in local health fairs and community events. Because we value early detection and prevention, we provide free screenings such as blood sugar and blood pressure at multiple events throughout the year.
CLASSES: (listed in alphabetical order)
BLS (Basic Life Support) Classes
Register for BLS Class Here
Pay for BLS Class Here Full $60
SVMC now offers monthly BLS classes to the clinical members of our community. Full classes and Heartcode Part 1 online are available. The cost for the full class is $60.00 and comes with a book and pocket mask. The cost for the HeartCode Class is $30 and comes with a pocket mask. To complete the online training, go to onlineaha.org/courses and purchase the HeartCode BLS for $28.50. If you have further questions, please email Lindsey Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see the dates and sign up, click this link: BLS Class Registration.
Register for Childbirth Education Classes Here
This class is for expectant mothers and their labor support partner. The three week course covers pregnancy issues, labor and delivery, pain management, post-partum, newborn care, infant CPR, and breastfeeding. There is no charge. Call 887-5437 for more information.
Classes are held on Wednesdays from 7 – 9 pm. The next class series will be held on October 10, 17, 24 This class is for mothers delivering in December January. For information on the next series of class dates, please call our OB Staff at 887-5437.
Classes are held in the Greys River Conference Room at the hospital. Please park in the main parking area in front of the hospital and use the main entrance. Once through the front entrance, follow the hallway on the right, past the vending machines and past the Specialty Clinic. Turn at the first left hallway and follow the signs to the cafeteria, which will take you through two doors and then turn right into a long inclined hall way. At the end of that hall way, turn left and the Greys River Room will be on your right, just past the cafeteria.
SVMC is offering a CNA class from September 17 through November 14, 2018. This class will be held on Monday’s and Wednesdays from 5 pm to 9 pm. The final 2 classes will be clinical days on November 13 and 14. Attendance at all classes and clinicals is mandatory.
The Nursing Assistant course is designed to follow the Wyoming Department of Health curriculum requirements and is eligible for certification by the Wyoming State Board of Nursing. Upon successful completion of this class, you will be able to take the Wyoming CNA Certification Examination, a two part exam consisting of written multiple choice questions and a practical skill demonstration. After passing the exam you can apply for your Wyoming CNA License. CNAs work under the direction and supervision of an RN or LPN, and oftentimes the CNA certification is one of the first steps into a nursing program.
This training opportunity is open to interested students ages 16 and older. Cost for the class is $451.00 for books and tuition and will be due by the start of class. Additional costs for the State CNA Certification Exam, as well as costs to purchase the necessary uniform, shoes, stethoscope, and watch are not included with the books and tuition. Immunizations must be up to date prior to clinicals (hands on practice).
Classes will be held in the C.N.A. Lab at Swift Creek High School with the clinicals taking place at Star Valley Care Center.
Please email inquiries to Kelsey at email@example.com.
Sign up for CPR Class Here
Pay for CPR Class Here $60
SVMC offers monthly CPR classes to the community for both first time and recertifications. Both adult and pediatric certifications are available. To see the dates and sign up, click the registration link above. This class is on the second or third Saturday of every month. We will contact you if there are not enough students to hold the class. Classes will be held at the Star Valley EMS Garage and will begin at 8 am.
There is a $60 charge for this class, which includes the necessary book. Payment can either be made online (you will receive your book the day of class), the day of class, or stop into the Business Services Building to pay your class fee and pick up your books.
Diabetes Education Classes
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Come and gain a better understanding of diabetes and learn how to put healthler lifestyle choices into action. This free 9 week diabetes education course is presented by a registered dietician, pharmacist, and certified diabetes nurse educator and will include 7 weeks of educational instruction followed by 2 weeks of problem solving workshops. Please call Troy Bailey at 885-5932 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. A full course outline can be found HERE.
Dates: October 11 – December 13
TImes: Thursdays 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Place: SVMC Greys River Room
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Star Valley Medical Center offers the community an EMT Basic course each year. This EMT Basic class will train students to become first responders in emergency situations and will prepare them to take the required EMT Basic exam through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. Classes are generally held on Mondays and Thursdays from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm, along with some Saturday classes. Registration fees of $300 will cover the books and supplies needed for the course, and could be reimbursed upon joining a local service (please check with your local service). For questions, please contact Cooper or Kristie at 307-885-5878.
‘Stop the Bleed’ Class
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No matter how rapid the arrival of professional emergency responders, bystanders will always be first on the scene. A person who is bleeding can die from blood loss within five minutes, therefore it is important to quickly stop the blood loss. With this in mind, SVMC will offer ‘Stop the Bleed” classes that teach bleeding control basics. Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call to action – those nearest to someone with life threatening injuries are best positioned to provide first care. This program is intended to encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives. Please contact Colleen David at email@example.com or for more information on class availability.