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23 Apr 2014

Retired SAH Director of Nursing still bringing health to people - join her at CHIP




























Retired DON, Annette Baldwin, is still working hard to help people achieve good health. Annette has teamed up with Bronwyn Raymond (who works at the NSW Cancer Council) to deliver the first Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) at Sydney Adventist Hospital this May. CHIP is a group education program that is designed to help you turn your blood markers around in just 30 days. CHIP uses evidence based lifestyle medicine principles. CHIP is proven to lower risk factors simultaneously and safely including elevated cholesterol levels, high fasting blood glucose numbers, high blood pressure & body mass index (weight).


Annette will be hosting information sessions for Thursday 1st May at 12.30pm & 1.30pm and on Tuesday 13th May at 7.30pm in the Level 2 Conference Room foyer. Annette & Bronwyn will tell you all about CHIP, how it can help you achieve better health. Session 1 will begin on the 17th May. Dr Ross Grant, CEO of ARI at the SAH will be involved in supporting the CHIP program as well. This is a great opportunity to turn your personal health around.


More information click here.


Click here for CHIP media release 'new intervention program brings hope to Australians battling chronic disease'

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