Health & Wellness

Health and Wellness Services and Programs  

Southwest General Health Center 

Blood Pressure and Diabetes Screening
1st Monday of the month, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.  
3rd Tuesday of the month, 10:30 a.m. to12 p.m. 

Wellness Screenings on the Avenue
1st Monday of the month 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Cleveland Clinic

1st & 3rd Friday 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Blood pressure and glucose testing

Fabulous Fridays for Your Health and Well Being

Mark your calendar for the second Friday of each month, when Southwest General's Community Nurse Program presents an informative talk at 10 a.m.

October 11, 10 a.m.
Dr. Mark Meacham from Southwest Medical Group will discuss information regarding shingles and the new Shingrix vaccine. 

Upcoming Programs

NEW Meditation Group
1st Wednesday of the month    10:00am
Beginning September 4th
Join our mediation group! Meditation has been proven to reverse memory loss and strengthen your memory, lower blood pressure, help with chronic pain, depression, anxiety, and decrease stress. Our meditation group will teach you new ways to meditate. Time will be used to meditate together as a group. A special thanks to Kemper House for facilitating this group!
Fees:                                                                     Drop-In Fee       
Members                                                                            $2
Non-Member/Residents                                              $3
Non-Member/Non-Residents                                   $5
Low Vision Safety
Wednesday, October 9th             10:00am               Free
Gradual or sudden vision loss can have a         devastating impact on quality of life. Join       Cleveland Clinic’s Karen Hallgren, OT as she     discusses various vision therapy options available to you that will prevent your eyes from keeping you from leading a life of independence. FREE to everyone. Registration requested.

Vision Loss Solutions:  Recreation and Leisure
Wednesday, October 16th            1pm                     Free
Join Gloria Conway, Senior Committee Chair, NFB of Ohio, Cleveland Chapter as she gives an overview of a wide variety of leisure and recreation activities that many visually impaired individuals participate in. Gloria will also help those who are visually impaired make adaptations so that they can continue their                          favorite activities after vision loss and explain how to find more accessible community programs. Those who attend will gain understanding of aids and appliances that make their favorite pastime more accessible. Don’t miss out on this wonderful program! Registration required. 


Hearing aids serviced and cleaned. Batteries and testing also available. Please call the senior registration desk at 580-3275 to make an appointment. Fee for service.