Elliot Health System is a non-profit organization serving your healthcare needs since 1890.

Programs & Classes

Registration Instructions

To learn more about our Programs and Classes, please call 663-4567. We will be happy to assist you with dates, times, class availability and register you for classes.

In the event that a class needs to be cancelled due to the weather, please check the Weather Cancellations area below.


Weather Cancellations


Please check back here for cancellations of classes.
There are currently no cancellations due to inclement weather.


Classes in general health education, childbirth and parenting, mind/body medicine, health and wellness screenings, and support groups are offered on a regular basis. Find the class that interests you, and enroll today! To register, call 663-4567. Gift certificates are available to give the gift of health.


Exceptional Beginnings:
Childbirth and Parenting Education at the Elliot Hospital


Warm Welcome: A Maternity Tour
Come join us for a tour welcoming you to the Maternity Center of the Elliot Hospital. These tours are guided by Registered Nurses that work in in the Maternity Center and teach the childbirth education classes. Bring your questions! Through this tour you will become familiar with the rooms and people that you will see when you come to have your baby. We love showing parents-to-be why our Maternity Center has been repeatedly honored as the best place to have a baby in the State of New Hampshire. Start with us!

FAQs:

  1. How much does a tour cost?
    It’s free!! We really want you to come and see where you will be having your baby. You will feel more at ease when you have seen us!
  2. How long does the tour last?
    A tour can last 45 minutes to 2 hours.  This depends upon the size of the group and how many questions you have!
  3. Who should come with me?
    Bring your spouse and/or your labor support person with you
  4. Can I bring  my older children?
    Yes, older brother(s) and sister(s) are welcome. Keep in mind the length of the tour and time – it may be best for them to attend our more fun Big Brother-Big Sister class that is designed just for them!
  5. Do I need to schedule a tour?
    Yes, please call Elliot Class Registration at 603-663-4567 to register for your tour
  6. Do I need to schedule a tour if I am taking the Learn to Labor class?
    No, a tour is included in those classes

Learning to Care for and Feed Your New Baby
This class helps you get ready to care for your new baby!  It will increase your confidence as a new Mom or Dad and put your mind at ease.   Topics include your baby’s behaviors, how to keep your baby safe, to feed and clothe your baby, and how you and your baby can get the rest you both need. Instructors will talk about the basics and benefits of breastfeeding, and how to get off to a great start.  You will receive “tips” and “pearls of wisdom.”  Our instructors are experts, Registered Nurses and Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs) who work in the Maternity Center at Elliot Hospital. This class is taught by a Registered Nurse very knowledgeable  and experienced in newborn care.

Cost: 50$ per couple.

New class dates added for fall of 2016
Call for availability
603-663-4567


Preparing for Birth: Getting Ready for the Big Birthday!


Learn to Labor – 1 day Intensive
Labor is a natural body process. We are here to help you prepare! This class is taught by Registered Nurses of the Eliot Hospital Maternity Center. They are certified in Childbirth Education, and you may well see them during your stay with us. The topics they will cover include preparing for labor, the labor process, coping with labor, comfort and medication options and birthing your baby. For your support person, we will teach how best they can support you! Our goal is to empower and educate you. You will leave the class saying, “We’ve got this!” This class also includes a tour of the Maternity Center.

Cost: $90.00 per couple.


Learn to Labor – 2 day:
Because most people learn best in short blocks of time, we are starting this new class format!! Join us for two 4-hour classes! We will be giving a door prize at the end of the second class!

Labor is a natural body process. We are here to help you prepare!  This class is taught by Registered Nurse of the Elliot Hospital Maternity Center. They are certified in Childbirth Education and you may well see then during your stay with us.  The topics they will cover include preparing for labor, the labor process, coping with labor, comfort and medication options and birthing your baby. For your support person, we will teach how best they can support you!  You will have time in between the sessions to practice what you have learned and come to the second session with your questions!  Our goal is to empower and educate you. You will leave the class saying, “We’ve got this!” This class also includes a tour of the Maternity Center.

Cost: $90.00 per couple.  

FAQ’s

  1. Should I do the 1-day or 2-day class?
    If your schedule permits, we encourage you to participate in the 2-day class. Having 2 classes allows more time for the given information to sink in, time for you to practice, and time for you to think of more questions you have for us!
  2. Who should come to class with me?
    We encourage you to bring your spouse and/or your labor support person with you to class.
  3. When should I take this class?
    We’d encourage you to take our labor class during your second trimester so that you have adequate time to practice the skills that are taught. However, we welcome you at any time during your pregnancy!

Infant and Child CPR & Safety
Your baby’s safety is so important!  In this class you will be taught about infant safe sleep, infant and child CPR techniques and other content to help keep your baby safe and secure.  This will include information important for you and also important for grandparents and other family members who may be helping you, so that they, too have the latest information for your baby’s safety.

***THIS IS NOT A CERTIFICATION CLASS*****

Cost: $30.00 per person or $50 per couple.


Big Brother/Big Sister Sibling Class
This lively class prepares children (2 ½ -9 YRS) to become a big brother or sister! Through child-centered activities, they will learn about the baby and their new role in the family. A fun, child-oriented 20-minute tour of the Maternity Center is included. Please have your “soon-to-be” big brother/sister bring their favorite doll or stuffed animal to class!
Class for 5-9 year olds. 
Class for 2 ½ - 4 year olds.
Cost: $15.00 /per family  


Parent Education Packages:

Premium:  $180
Learn to Labor
Learning to Care for and Feed your Baby           
Infant Safety and CPR
Big Brother/Big Sister Sibling Class

Gold: $160
Learn to Labor
Learning to Care for and Feed your Baby
Infant Safety and CPR

To register for a Warm Welcome Maternity Tour, Individual classes, the Premium or Gold packages: 

Call: Elliot Class Registration: 603-663-4567

Or e-mail: jdunlap@elliot-hs.org

Remember to call or register early because classes fill quickly!



Community Fitness


At River’s Edge: Classes are held in The Welliot Group Exercise Room at River’s Edge, 185 Queen City Ave. (Level One, Across from Urgent Care)
Please call 663-4567 or e-mail JDUnlap@Elliot-HS.org or KConnell@Elliot-HS.org. All classes require registration prior to the first day of class. Payment is due at time of registration. Your spot on the roster is not confirmed until payment is received.


Gentle Yoga I - Mondays, 5:45pm-6:45pm - $80
Designed to promote total health and well-being through stretching, strengthening and relaxing. This class uses breath and movement to feel the release of physical and mental tension and to increase body/mind awareness. Good for beginners. Instructor: Cheryl
Sept. 26 - Nov. 14 Nov. 28 - Dec. 12 Jan. 9 - Feb. 27

Gentle Yoga II - Wednesdays, 5:30pm-6:30pm - $80
A Vinyasa Flow Yoga class performed at a slower pace. This class will help build strength, flexibility and balance; connecting movement with breath. Modifications will be given to suit everyone’s ability. Instructor: Cheryl
Sept. 28 - Nov. 16 Nov. 30 - Dec.14 Jan. 11 - Mar. 1

Tai Chi – Tuesdays, 8:45am-9:45am - $48
A Chinese martial art and form of stylized, meditative exercise, characterized by methodically slow circular and stretching movements and positions of bodily balance. Tai Chi allows you to experience the ancient way to improving balance, strengthening the body, and cleansing the mind. Beginners welcome. Instructor: Bill
Sept. 27 - Nov. 15 Nov. 29 - Dec. 13 Jan. 10 - Feb. 28

Fit & Feisty – Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am-11am or 11:10am-12:10pm - $64
A 60-minute low-impact cardio and strength class with easy-to-follow moves in a fun environment. Incorporates low-impact cardio, strength training, and core work utilizing free weights, resistance bands and stability balls. Flexibility enhancing stretches in the end. For individuals 50+. Instructor: Cecily
Sept. 27 - Nov. 17 Nov. 29 - Dec. 15 Jan.10 - Mar. 2

Full Body Fusion – Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:45pm-6:45pm - $85
A fusion of strength training exercise using body and free weights, cardiovascular intervals utilizing steps, plyometrics, Yoga, Pilates, core work and stretching. Keeps your body guessing! Geared towards intermediate levels. Instructor: Cheryl
Sept. 27 - Nov. 17 Nov. 29 - Dec. 15 Jan.10 - Mar. 2

Thriving with Yoga – Free!
To register, contact YogaCaps at 674-3770 or info@yogacaps.org
Londonderry: Mondays, 5:30pm-6:30pm
River’s Edge: Wednesdays, 1:30pm-2:30pm
Designed for those with experience of cancer. It will empower you to: relieve tension and anxiety, rebuild strength, restore range-of-motion, witness emotion with compassion, and manage the side effects of treatment and medication naturally. This includes pain, lymphedema, hot flashes, neuropathy, depression and insomnia. You may bring a family member or friend. Instructor: Elizabeth
Wednesdays: Sept. 28 - Nov. 16 Nov. 30 - Dec. 14 Jan 11 - Mar.1

Zumba GOLD© - Thursdays, 1pm-2pm - $40
Zumba GOLD© is a dance-fitness class that is friendly and fun for all. The Zumba formula is used with modified moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older participant, as well as those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle. The exhilarating easy-to-follow moves, the zesty Latin music, and the invigorating, party-like atmosphere will help you have fun while achieving a great workout. Instructor: Cammie
Dec. 1 - Dec. 15 Jan. 12 - Mar. 2

RxRelax Therapeutic Yoga – Thursdays, 4:30pm-5:30pm - $80-$120
To register, contact YogaCaps at 674-3770 or info@yogacaps.org
A program designed around the needs of patients with disabilities or who have chronic pain. Focused specifically on the needs of those whose lives have been affected by medical conditions that have limited their ability to improve or maintain their bodies. Each individual will be guided to achieve improvements in their physical and emotional wellbeing. Yoga has been medically proven to provide these goals to all who engage in this activity of stretching, strengthening and relaxing. Instructor: Dr. Nancy Husarik, MD
Sept. 29 - Nov. 17 Dec. 1 - Dec. 15 Jan. 12 - Mar. 2

Chair Yoga – Fridays, 1pm-2pm - $40
Strengthen your muscles, improve balance, and increase your flexibility through a gentle, supportive Yoga practice. Feel the relaxation and calmness that Yoga can bring, while practicing with the stability and security of a comfortable chair. We will focus on using our breath to bring awareness of our movements, and feeling calm, peaceful, focused, and relaxed throughout the class. Instructor: Jennifer
Sept. 29 - Nov. 18 Dec. 2 - Dec. 16 Jan. 13 - Mar 3

Welliot at River’s Edge Gym Membership - $35/month
M-F, 6:30AM-4PM. Call (603) 663-4200 to get started.
The Welliot at River’s Edge fitness center consists of the latest and greatest cardiovascular equipment, Nautilus strength training machines, and several group exercise classes for all ages and levels. Our experienced team of friendly fitness professionals will design an exercise program specific to your current level and goals. If you are looking for a safe, non-competitive, supportive environment to help you reach your fitness goals, this is the facility for you. Seniors and first time exercisers encouraged.
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At Elliot Hospital: Classes are held in The Welliot Group Exercise Room at Elliot Hospital, One Elliot Way (Ground Floor of Elliot Hospital)
Please call 663-4567 or e-mail JDUnlap@Elliot-HS.org or KConnell@Elliot-HS.org. All classes require registration prior to the first day of class. Payment is due at time of registration. Your spot on the roster is not confirmed until payment is received.


Cardio Kickboxing – Mondays, 5pm-6pm - $64
This high energy interval training workout incorporates the sport specific techniques of kickboxing to provide a high level aerobic and anaerobic conditioning. Uses punching, kicking, footwork, jump rope, and muscle strengthening exercises. A non-contact workout that captures the excitement of the sport of kickboxing through floor movement, training and coordination drills, technique work, and upbeat music that together stimulate class participants. Instructor: Jessica
Sept. 26 - Nov. 14 Nov. 28 - Dec. 12 Jan. 9 - Feb. 27

TABATA Bootcamp – Wednesdays, 5pm-6pm - $64
This is a high-intensity interval training minimum duration workout providing fitness and weight-loss benefits for participants at all fitness levels. The core of a TABATA workout is 4-minute, high intensity intervals consisting of 8 rounds alternating 20 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest. Offers maximum benefit with the least amount of time to achieve results! Instructor: Jessica
Sept. 28 - Nov. 16 Nov. 30- Dec. 14 Jan. 11 - Mar. 1

Yoga for Runners and Cyclists – Thursdays, 5:45pm-6:45pm - $80
This all-level Yoga class offers a series of highly effective strengthening and stretching exercises that are key to the demands of a runner or cyclist. Focus is put on opening the calves, hamstrings, quads, hips, and shoulders. An emphasis on building core strength to give the runner/cyclist the advantage over the competition. This class is a great compliment to any running/cycling training after stressing your joints on pavement or trails. Give your body the balance it deserves by some much needed rejuvenation and flexibility. Instructor: Melissa
Sept. 29 - Nov. 17 Dec. 1 - Dec. 15 Jan. 12 - Mar. 2



At Senior Fitness Center: Classes are held in The Senior Fitness Center Group Exercise Room at The Elliot Senior Health Center (138 Webster St.)
All classes require registration, please call 663-7016 to register. Payment is due at time of registration. Your spot on the roster is not confirmed until payment is received.


Zumba GOLD© - Mondays and Wednesdays, 9am-9:45am or 10am-10:45am - $80
This dance-fitness class is friendly and fun for all ages and genders. The Zumba formula is used with modified moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older participant, as well as those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle. The exhilarating easy-to-follow moves, the zesty Latin music, and the invigorating, party-like atmosphere will help you have fun while you achieve a great workout. Instructor: Ginger
Sept. 26 - Nov. 16 Nov. 28 - Dec. 14 Jan. 9 - Mar. 1

Chair Aerobics – Mondays and Wednesdays, 11am-11:45am - $62
This seated light to moderate intensity class consists of a variety of upper and lower body movements to increase the cardiovascular endurance as well as strength and range of motion. Resistance bands and light weights are used to increase intensity. Stretching and balance exercises at the end of each class. All fitness levels welcome. Instructor: Jennifer
Sept. 26 - Nov. 16 Nov. 28 - Dec. 14 Jan. 9 - Mar. 1

Strength, Stretch and Balance – Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:30pm-2:15pm - $64
This class will help strengthen your upper and lower body using strength training equipment such as resistance bands, free weights and exercise balls. We will teach you standing and seated exercises to help improve your balance as well as stretches to keep your muscles flexible and reduce risk of injury. Instructor: Matt
Sept. 26 - Nov. 16 Nov. 28 - Dec. 14 Jan. 9 - Mar. 1

Chair Yoga – Tuesdays, 3pm-3:45pm - $40
Strengthen your muscles, improve balance, and increase your flexibility through a gentle, supportive Yoga practice. Feel the relaxation and calmness that Yoga can bring, while practicing with the stability and security of a comfortable chair. We will focus on using our breath to bring awareness of our movements, and feeling calm, peaceful, focused, and relaxed throughout the class. Instructor: Jennifer
Sept. 27 - Nov. 15 Nov. 29 - Dec. 13 Jan. 10 - Feb. 28

Seniors in Motion – Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12noon-12:45pm - $62
This class is primarily seated and incorporates an easy to follow fitness routine for increased stamina, strength, flexibility, and balance. Resistance bands and light weights are used for total body conditioning. Any fitness level. Instructor: Jennifer
Sept. 27 - Nov. 17 Nov. 29 - Dec. 15 Jan.10 - Mar. 2

Tai Chi – Thursdays, 10am-10:45am (Advanced); 11am-11:45am (Beginner) - $48
A Chinese martial art and form of stylized, meditative exercise, characterized by methodically slow circular and stretching movements and positions of bodily balance. Tai Chi allows you to experience the ancient way to improving balance, strengthening the body, and cleansing the mind. Beginners welcome. Instructor: Bill
Sept. 29 - Nov. 17 Dec. 1 - Dec. 15 Jan. 12 - Mar. 2

Zumba GOLD© Toning – Fridays, 9am-9:45am - $40
It’s the dance-fitness party that moves at your pace. Shake and sculpt your way to a healthy body for an optimum active, healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re active or just starting your fitness journey – the Zumba© Gold Toning Program combines the enticing international rhythms of a slower-paced Zumba© Gold dance-fitness class with the sculpting moves of a Zumba© Toning class. An easy-to-follow, health boosting dance-fitness program anyone can enjoy! Must buy Zumba Toning sticks, available from instructor: Instructor: Ginger
Sept. 30 – Nov. 18 Dec. 2 - Dec. 16 Jan. 13 - Mar. 3

Senior Fitness Center Gym Membership - $25/month
M-F, 6:30AM-4PM. Call (603) 663-7016 to get started.
The Elliot Senior Fitness Center is designed specifically for those 50 and older. The fitness center consists of a variety of easily accessible cardiovascular equipment and strength training machines. Our friendly team of fitness specialists are here to help guide you as you integrate physical activity safely into your life. We offer an equipment orientation with an individualized exercise program designed to fit your needs and goals.
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Massage Therapy  - $70/hour ($55/hour for Elliot Employees and Seniors 65 and older)
At The Elliot at Hooksett
20 Chambers Drive, Suite 1300
Hooksett, NH

Massage therapy is manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, including muscles, connective tissue and tendons. It can help to alleviate the soft tissue discomfort associated with everyday home and occupational stresses, muscular overuse as well as many chronic conditions. You can have the wellness you deserve. Massage benefits include: enhancing sleep, releasing chronic muscular tension/pain/joint stiffness, reducing stress and mental/physical fatigue, increasing energy levels, strengthening the immune system, help relieve anxiety.
Bruce Wood, LMT, KMI Licensed Massage Therapist and Kinesis Myofascial Integration/Structural Integration Therapist
Melissa Lower, LMT Licensed Massage Therapist and Nationally certified in therapeutic massage and body work.
Call (603) 663-5730 to schedule an appointment.


CPR & First Aid Certifications

Use of American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association.  Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials, do not represent income to the Association
Heartsaver CPR - This course is designed to target all lay rescuers (school children, family members of patients at risk for sudden cardiac death) and teach them basic life support for adults and pediatrics.  Learn the skills needed to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and relieving Foreign-body airway obstruction (choking).  Certification and AHA Textbook received.  Reading material is sent to your prior to the class once payment is received.  Cost:  $40.00
Saturdays 8:00-11:00am -    Sep 19, 2015 or Nov7 , 2015 or Jan 9, 2016

Heartsaver First Aid - This course is designed to teach techniques to give immediate care to an injured, suddenly ill person, or someone involved in a life threatening situation.  You will also learn when to alert medical personnel.   Certification and AHA Textbook received.   Reading material is sent to your prior to the class once payment is received.  Cost:  $40.00
Tuesdays 6:00-9:00pm – Oct 13, 2015 or Jan 12, 2016

CPR for New or Expired Health Care Providers - The Basic Life Support  for Health Care Providers is designed to teach the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier device, a bag-mask device, and oxygen), and relief of Foreign-body Airway Obstruction.  Healthcare Providers include physicians, nurses, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, respiratory therapist, physical and occupational therapist, etc.  Reading material is sent to your prior to the class once payment is received.  Cost:  $65.00
Saturdays 8:00am-2:30pm –   August 1, 2015 or Oct 3, 2015 or Dec 5, 2015 or Feb , 2016

CPR Renewal for Health Care Providers - The renewal Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers  is designed to teach the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with a barrier device, a bag-mask device, and oxygen), and relief of Foreign-body Airway Obstruction.  Healthcare Providers include physicians, nurses, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, respiratory therapist, physical and occupational therapist, etc.  Reading material is sent to your prior to the class once payment is received.  Cost:  $50.00
Saturdays 11:30am -2:30pm -   Sep 19, 2015 or Nov7 , 2015 or Jan 9, 2016


CENTER FOR ADVANCED NUTRITION THERAPY

Introduction to Nutrition Classes – This free introductory session outlines the 10 week Comprehensive Weight Management Program, 6 week Jump Start Your Health Program and the monthly Support Group.  It helps you choose the program that best suit your needs.  If you would like more information or to register for the next introductory session, please call 663-4LBI(4524)  Cost:  FREE

Comprehensive Weight Management:
This 10 week program offers you an in-depth approach to nutrition management addressing both lifestyle and behavioural changes. You will learn about healthy eating and examine your emotional connection to eating while receiving support from your educators and fellow group members. A bio impedance analysis (BIA) and two private meetings (1st and last week) with a dietitian included. Please call 663-4LBI(4524) to register.  Cost: $175

Jump Start Your Health
– This 6 week program offers you healthy choices for disease prevention and maintenance. You will learn ways to make lifestyle changes that are customized to your personal needs. Two complimentary BIAs are included. This class requires a commitment to exercise and tracking food intake. Please call 663-4LBI(4524) to register. Cost: $125

LBI Support Group – This 1 hour support program includes weigh-in and an interactive session with a health professional to cover a variety of topics such as meal planning, cooking, shopping, exercise tips and more.  It is a support for people who would like to maintain their weight loss. If you would like more information or to register for this program call 663-4LBI(4524)  Cost:  $25.00 per 3 sessions.



BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

Emotional Eating Group: Do you turn to food for comfort, stress relief, as a reward or even out of boredom? If so, you are an emotional eater. It isn’t all about willpower. Topics covered in this 10- week group for adults (ages 21 and over) include the brain’s reward system, how habits are formed and changed, how to identify and manage emotions without using food, mindful eating and how to manage stress.

Two groups will be held starting in March; Wednesday afternoon beginning March 30 through June 1 from 1:30 to 3PM and Thursday night beginning March 31 through June 2 from 6 to 7:30PM. A minimum of four people is necessary to run a group.

Most insurances including Medicaid are accepted. Due to licensing restrictions Medicare can only be accepted for the Wednesday group. If using self-pay, cost is $45 per week if paid in full on the day of each group or $60 per week if not paid on the day of the group.

To register call: 603-663-8621.

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Women's Coping Skills: Do you often feel overwhelmed? Would you like to improve your ability to handle distress? Do you have any self destructive patterns you would like to change like over eating, over spending or poor relationship choices? Often times these patterns have developed to avoid emotions we find overwhelming. Come in and learn some coping strategies that can help you better manage your feelings and emotions in a safe environment. A women's only group that will use mindfulness techniques, self exploration and self care strategies with skills you can use immediately!

Most insurances accepted including Medicaid. Out-of-pocket cost is $60 per session.

To register or for more information, call 603-663-8617

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Women's Stress & Self Care Group: Do you find it difficult to find time in your day to take care of yourself? Feel guilty about saying no? Can’t unwind? Join us for six weeks to learn how to take better care of yourself. We will talk about stress and the toll it can take on your body and how to reduce anxiety, learn relaxation skills with hands on practice and much more! Participants will leave relaxed and hopeful about practicing at home. Self care starts with you!

Most insurances accepted including Medicaid. Out-ofpocket cost is $60 per session. To register or for more information, call 603-663-8617. The group will be cancelled if there are less than three people registered.

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Healing from Trauma Woman's Group: This is a group for survivors of trauma. The discussion of personal trauma will be EXTREMELY LIMITED (max 12 participants) as the focus on the group is learning new and effective coping skills for regulation of emotions, impulses, self-care, grounding techniques, acknowledging and celebrating resiliency. This group will include take home sheets, hands-on, creative and expressive activities in a safe and nurturing environment.

Most insurances accepted including Medicaid. Out-of-pocket cost is $60 per session. To register or for more information, call call Tracey Coulon at 603-663-8617. The group will be cancelled if there are less than three people registered.

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The NEONATAL RESUSCITATION PROGRAM TM (NRP)

The NEONATAL RESUSCITATION PROGRAM TM (NRP) is a course designed to teach an evidenced –based approach to resuscitation of the newborn. The causes, prevention and management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia are explained so that health professionals may develop optimal knowledge and skill in resuscitation.

The NRP exam and skills evaluation are based on information obtained from the Neonatal Resuscitation Textbook 7th Edition.  Prior to the NRP Instructor-Led Event, it is the student's responsibility to read the NRP 7th edition textbook and complete and successfully pass the 7th Edition on line provider curriculum on HealthStream.  You can complete the NRP 7th edition on-line provider curriculum as earlier as 90 days prior to your NRP Instructor-Led Event.  However, in order to attend the NRP Instructor-Led Event, you must bring written documentation that you have completed and successfully passed the NRP 7th Edition on-line provider curriculum. To access the NRP 7th edition on-line provider curriculum, Elliot employees will need to go to the HealthStream website to access the exam free of charge. Once you register for the course, you will be assigned the NRP 7th edition on-line provider curriculum in HealthStream.   For Non-Ellot Hospital employees, there is a $100 non-refundable registration fee to attend the NRP Instructor-Led Event.  Information on purchasing the NRP 7th edition textbook and the NRP 7th edition provider curriculum can be obtained from the American Academy of Pediatrics Website (www2.aap.org/nrp).   In order to take the NRP 7th edition online provider curriculum, you will need to create a password under the HealthStream Learning Management System (LMS) on the AAP Website.

Following your successful completion of the NRP 7th edition provider curriculum, you will then be ready for the Instructor-Led Event. During the Instructor-Led Event, you will be expected to demonstrate a mastery of resuscitation skills in the Integrated Skills Station and participate in simulated resuscitation scenarios followed by a debriefing session.

If you are an Elliot employee, the NRP 7th edition textbook can be signed out on loan from the Neonatology Department and should be returned to the NRP instructor at the end of the course. Please contact Diane Sanchioni at 663-2692 if you have any questions. Her office is located in the NICU on the 5th Floor of the Elliot Hospital. Non-Elliot employees will need to purchase their own textbook from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

All classes will be held in the Simulation Room in Radiology on the First Floor of the Elliot Hospital.

Remaining NRP Instructor-Led Events for 2016: 
November 14, 2016

The NRP Instructor-Led Event Dates for 2017 are as follows:
January 9, 2017
February 13, 2017
March 13, 2017
April 10, 2017
May 15, 2017
June 19, 2017
July 10, 2017 (8 am to 12 Noon class only)
August – No classes
September 11, 2017
October 16, 2017
November 13, 2017
December 11, 2017 (8 am to 12 Noon class only)

Classes are offered on these dates at three separate times.
8 am to - 12 noon; 1 pm to 3 pm; or 3 pm to 5 pm.
For those individuals, who have never taken the class, it is recommended you take the 8 am to 12 noon class.

To register, please call Elliot Hospital Class Registration at 603-663-4567 or email to jdunlap@elliot-hs.org or kconnell@elliot-hs.org.