Skip to content

HealthQuest Programs Provided by Skagit Regional Health

Stop the Bleed®: What Everyone Should Know to Stop Bleeding After an Injury

During this free, hands-on training you will learn various ways to control life-threatening bleeding after an individual has sustained an injury from an everyday emergency, man-made or from a natural disaster. You will be given a list of items to create your own Stop the Bleed® emergency kit. The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma is leading the effort to save lives by teaching the civilian population to provide vital initial response to stop uncontrollable bleeding in emergency situations. Tyler Dalton, Trauma Coordinator at Skagit Valley Hospital and Tiffany Jayne, Trauma Coordinator at Cascade Valley Hospital will teach this one-hour training. Please note this is not a first aid class. No charge, but pre-registration is required by calling 360-814-2424.


3 - 4 p.m.

Skagit Valley Hospital – Mount Vernon

Sahale Conference Room


2 - 3 p.m.

Cascade Valley Hospital – Arlington

Pilchuck Conference Room



Honoring Choices: Advanced Care Planning Workshop

Join Outreach and Communications Manager, Dana Brothers from Hospice of the Northwest as she shares information on choosing a Healthcare Power of Attorney and completing an Advanced Directive. Light refreshments will be provided. Please call 360-386-9918 to reserve your space. This event is free and open to anyone in the community.


6 – 8 p.m.

Stilly Valley Health Connections

875 Wesley St. Suite 240

Arlington, WA



Meditation for Everyday Living: Bringing Ease into Our Lives

Whether you are brand new to meditation or have an established practice of this transformative way of being, join us for a morning or evening session of simple ease and peace. Instructor Jan Hodgman notes “the basis of meditation is bringing our awareness to what’s right here in the moment, just as it is. It’s really quite simple to be satisfied. All we need to do is to connect with what is here right now and see that we don’t need anything more than what is already available to us. We’ll explore being with our breath, in an easy natural way and how this can even be done in walking meditation. No experience necessary and we’ll sit in chairs! If you have a cushion you like to use for meditation that is welcome, too.” Jan Hodgman, MA, has meditated for more than 50 years and spent eight years in a Zen monastery in Japan. She loves to remind students that it’s not necessary to go anywhere to experience the simple joy of being. Pre-registration is required by calling 360-814-2424. Skagit Regional Health employees please call for a discount.



10:30 a.m. - noon

Skagit Valley Hospital

Sahale Conference Room



6 -7:30 p.m.

Skagit Valley Hospital

Sahale Conference Room


Scroll To Top