Here’s what’s happening at Murphy Medical Center

Take a look at the healthy and invigorating events this month at the Peachtree Athletic and Rehabilitation Center PARC

April 2 – A free Asthma Education class is being offered at Murphy Medical Center on April 2nd to help patients, family members and caregivers understand what happens in the lungs during an asthma attack or flare-up, and will provide tips on better controlling asthma attacks. The class is free, and taught by knowledgeable instructors from 5:30-6:30 pm in the hospital’s Cardiopulmonary Department at 3990 E. US Hwy 64 Alternate. For more information, or to register call (828) 835-7620.

April 3 – Murphy Medical Center’s Tuesday, April 3rd Ladies’ Night Out presentation will be “Taking Care of Yourself at Any Age – Skin and Hair Health and Health Benefits of Massage Therapy”, featuring TCCC instructors Renee Lamance, Debi Bruce and Misty Kelischek. Enjoy a relaxing hour with friends and a chance to win valuable door prizes donated by local merchants. Ladies’ Night Out is free to all ladies 13 and over and held at McGuire’s Millrace Farm in Murphy from 5:30-6:30 pm. Bring a canned or dry good to donate to needy families and receive an extra door prize ticket. Past attendees wearing their Ladies’ Night Out shirts will also receive a bonus door prize drawing ticket. Please call (828) 835-3667 for details.

April 12-13 – Murphy Medical Center’s Auxiliary is sponsoring a Masquerade Jewelry fundraiser sale in the hospital’s Travis E. Green Conference Center on Thursday, April 12 from 7:00 am until 5:00 pm, and Friday, April 13 from 7 am until 3 pm. A festive selection of jewelry items are available for only five dollars each. Please call (828) 835-3667 for details.

April 14 – A prepared childbirth class is being offered at Murphy Medical Center on April 14th for expectant parents who are approximately four weeks from their delivery date. The class is free and taught by knowledgeable instructors from 1:00 – 5:00 pm in the Travis E. Green Conference Center, adjacent to the hospital’s main lobby. For more information or to register call (828) 835-7560.