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There is
hope here.

Welcome to Sacred Heart Hospital
Where every life is sacred and every human being is seen as a unity of body, mind and spirit. Our goal is to deliver high quality, compassionate care and to uphold the pledge to our patients that is boldly engraved above our front door—

There is hope here.

Classes & Events

Woman To Woman 2014

Sacred Heart invites you to unleash your Inner Sass.

From “stay-at-home-mom” to “YouTube comedic Phe-mom-enon”... Anita Renfroe doesn’t mind at all!

With her unique brand of estrogen flavored musical comedy and blend of sass, edge and slightly offbeat takes on All Things Female, audiences at her comedy concert tours, viewers of Good Morning America appearances and the YouTube masses who enjoyed her William Tell version of everything a Mom says would say that Anita just tells it like it is.

Lunch session and Dinner session available.

Tuesday, September 9

The Florian Gardens

2340 Lorch Ave, Eau Claire

For more information or to register, please call the Center for Healthy Living at 715-717-1600.


Metabolic Syndrome Series

Metabolic Syndrome is the name for a group of modifiable risk factors that increase a person’s risk for heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes. About 1 in 4 women have Metabolic Syndrome. Diagnosis is based on labs tests, BP reading and waist measurement.



Joint Renew Camp

If you’re having joint replacement surgery, Sacred Heart Hospital invites you to attend our free educational program. Call for dates or to register. 715-717-1600.
All classes take place 9am to 11:30am. 

Parents Grief Support Group

For parents who have experienced the death of a child.

Group meets 1st, 3rd, and 5th Mondays of each month from 6:30 – 8 pm.



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Controllable Risk Factors

Controllable Risk Factors

A "risk factor" is a trait or habit within your lifestyle that increases your chance of having heart or vascular disease. There are some risk factors that you have no control over. But there are many that you do have control over. To improve your heart health, learn what your risk factors are and what you can do to further reduce your risk.


Inspirations, Tuesday, July 15

I know that gratitude is a matter of where I choose to put my attention, so I tried the following experiment last week. For one morning, I stopped every hour on the hour and noticed what went wrong in that time period: my computer crashed, my coffee got cold, I had two annoying phone calls, the weather was gloomy. That afternoon, I stopped every hour and noticed what went right: my computer was fixed, the sun broke out, I received a compliment on a blog I wrote, I hit all the green lights on the way home. Now…guess if I felt more alive in the morning or in the afternoon? If you said “afternoon” you win the prize!

Note to self: Focus on the positives, and soon the negatives will be harder to see.   


Exercise and Chronic Disease: How you can stay active

Moving and having an active lifestyle is good for everyone. But if you have a chronic disease like diabetes, heart disease, obesity, cancer or arthritis, you may wonder how often you should exercise and which exercises are safe.

Before starting an exercise routine it is very important for you to talk with your doctor. He or she can advise you on a safe level of exercise depending on your health and the stage of your disease. In addition, he or she can let you know if there are exercises you should avoid during flare-ups or whether you should consult a physical or occupational therapist before you begin exercising.