We encourage you to take advantage of any of our support groups or classes.
If you need support or further information on any health care situation, please do not hesitate to ask. It is our privilege to serve you and we will do our best to accommodate any requests you may have.
- Diabetes Education and Support
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Bereavement Support Group
Congratulations! We welcome you to enroll in our 2013 prenatal classes, taught by registered nurses. The best way to begin parenthood is by preparing for the birth and care of your new baby.
Topics covered include:
- Relaxation techniques
- C-Sections and pain management
- Labor and delivery
- Newborn Care
- Tour of our hospital birthing suite wing
- Questions and answers
Click on link for 2013 class dates and additional information.
Hospice programs provide services to terminally ill patients, their families and significant others up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in both home and facility settings. Physical, social, emotional and spiritual care is provided by a team of caregivers. Families, professionals and volunteers work together to treat patients in the last stages of illness, attending during the dying process, and helping families during bereavement.
Paynesville Area Health Care System works closely with area hospice organizations, that service our primary care locations. If you are interested in learning more about hospice care, please click here.