Marshall Women’s Health Classes
Free health classes designed for where you are in life
Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center provides classes to help you improve your health and wellness.
All classes are held at:
Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center
Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews, Suite 108
4123 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
To register for any of these free classes, click the links below or call (502) 629-1234.
Family and friends CPR
This American Heart Association class teaches CPR and relief of choking skills. It is not a certification class.
6 to 8:30 p.m.
Call (502) 629-1234 for upcoming dates and to register.
Thisseries of free classes, including Parent Talk, Teen Talk, Girl Talk and Boy Talk, is designed to start sometimes difficult discussions on topics faced by families with preteens and teens. The classes are held in a casual, conversational atmosphere that makes it easier to open the lines of communication between parents and kids.
Expectant parent classes
Learn everything you need to know for the big day and beyond, from childbirth preparation classes to introducing your pets to the new baby.
Women’s health navigator services
Our women’s health navigator is a registered nurse available to guide women along their path to lifelong wellness.
For more information on the Women’s Health Navigator Program, visit Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center on the Norton Healthcare – St. Matthews campus or call (502) 629-1234.
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