Staying healthy and feeling good are important at any stage of life. As we age, we encounter new life changes along the way – career moves, retirement, children moving out or away, the loss of loved ones and personal physical changes.
How To Maintain A Healthy And Active Lifestyle
You can take steps to keep yourself healthy and active. It’s never too late to make healthy changes in your life:
- Keep your body and mind active
- Choose healthy foods
- Get enough sleep
- Talk to your doctor about any health concerns
- Take steps to prevent accidents
Our caring team of specialists develop a treatment plan that provides you with personalized care and support to help you in your fight against cancer. A key team member is our dedicated nurse navigator who helps you every step of the way during your cancer journey. Your navigation team includes your primary physician, surgeons, medical oncologist, radiation oncologist and/or other specialists. Our team includes nurse navigators, social workers, registered dietitians, financial counselors and support staff. As a senior in our community, we offer the following memberships, services and programs to help with the advancement of your health and well-being in your life.
Healthy Life Membership
Cullman Regional Healthy Life (formerly SeniorChoice & WomenFirst) strives to provide services that support the emotional, social and physical well-being of those of our community.
Lifetime Membership Fee: $20 per person
Cullman Regional Healthy Life is not an insurance program.
Falls and medication errors are the two biggest threats to independent living. Philips Lifeline provides the #1 medical alert service and medication dispensing service to offer you something else: peace of mind.
Philips Lifeline medical alert systems aren’t just about falling. Are you having trouble breathing and need an ambulance? Locked out of the house and need someone with a key? Philips Lifeline can help connect you to the assistance you need.
Lifeline is an easy-to-use, personal response service that helps to ensure that older adults living at home get help whenever it is needed – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
- It provides peace of mind for you and your family
- It is there for you when others can’t be
- It is easy to use – help is just a push of a button away
- It enables you to live independently and confidently in your own home
For more information about Lifeline or to request Lifeline service, call us at 256-737-2600 or by email at ([email protected]).
Volunteers are a vital part of our mission at Cullman Regional, and we are pleased to offer many opportunities to serve around the hospital. Over the years, volunteers have selflessly given thousands of hours. But there are never enough helping hands or smiling faces. Through volunteerism, you can acquire new skills and knowledge, develop new interests, expand your social and personal support networks and get satisfaction from assisting others through compassion and understanding.
As a small token of appreciation, Cullman Regional provides some benefits to our volunteers, including cafeteria meals, Gift Shop discounts, free annual TB test, free flu shots and participation in hospital-wide programs, picnics and events.
For more information on Cullman Regional Volunteer Services, click here.