Active Aging Series

Rockford Health System and Wesley Willows are proud to present the Active Aging series of educational topics for your healthy life. Active Aging presentations will be offered the first Thursday of every month. The events, held at 4142 Johns Farm Road in the Town Center of Wesley Willows, are free and the public is welcome to attend.

The series continues on October 2 at 4 p.m. with a panel discussion on “How to Guard Against Infectious Diseases.” Every day we are confronted by a variety of germs, viruses and bacteria that cause infectious diseases, such as influenza, shingles, MRSA or C-difficile. Join us for a panel discussion with Internist Craig Rogers, M.D., Family Practitioner Meredith Ulmer, M.D., and Pharmacist Curt Lesher as they share their recommendations to remain healthy and active.

If you plan to attend, please RSVP to (815) 971-1999.

Flyer: How to Guard Against Infectious Diseases


Past events:

Breast Cancer Update, Elisha Robinson, M.D.
Modern Treatment Options for Artery and Vein Problems, Kendall Boone, M.D.
Brain Games: The Art & Science Behind Keeping Your Brain Healthy, Shawn Wallery, M.D.
The Eyes Have It, Diane Boone, M.D.
How to Be Good to Your Feet, Nathan Norem, D.P.M.
How to Recover Quickly from Your Joint Replacement, John Bottros, M.D.
What You Need to Know for a Healthy Heart, Richard Hayes, M.D.