At FHN, our goal is to be here for you and your family when you need us the most. Oftentimes, that's when you or a family member are ill or physically injured. However, we also strive to make a difference by working towards prevention of these illnesses and injuries. We hold many support groups, health screenings, trainings, programs, and courses in order to help make our homes, work places, and communities a safer place. By clicking on a program below, you can learn more about the course content, and dates, and requirements to register. Please contact us at 815-599-6707 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
This course is designed to teach community members how to perform high-quality CPR, first aid, and proper AED (Automated External Defibrillator) use specific to infants and children. > Find out more and register
BLS (Basic Life Support) skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. This course is designed to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. > Find out more and register
This is a nationally recognized program designed to teach non-medical people - the everyday members of the community - the importance of stopping hemorrhage. > Find out more and register
This course is designed for anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency. This course teaches the critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency until emergency medical services arrive. > Find out more and register
Find out more about these classes by listening to the Dial-A-Doc radio program.
This is a 1-day class designed to prepare students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they're home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. The Instructor-led class is filled with fun games and role-playing exercises. Students even get to use manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue and CPR. This course adds basic CPR practice but does NOT lead to certification. > Find out more and register
Medications play an important part in treating certain conditions and diseases.
Unused medications need to be disposed of properly to protect people, pets, wildlife and the environment.
Follow the recommended instructions for safe disposal of unused medication and visit any of these locations for disposal.
Find out about proper needle and sharps disposal in Illinois.