Spirit of Women
The free Spirit of Women program offers the latest women's health information through seminars with physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals, in a comfortable and lively setting. The program is designed to increase your knowledge of women's health issues, and in turn, provide you with the information you need to make the best decisions regarding your health. It's unique, exciting, and fun!
Spirit of Women Member Benefits
When you join, you will receive a membership packet containing a membership key tag and detailed information about the program.
Member Benefits include:
Educational seminars on women’s health topics
- Discounted or free admission to select Spirit of Women and Baystate Health sponsored events and health screenings
- Discounts and special offers from area merchants including a 25% discount certificate to the Marketplace at Baystate Health
- Tuition discount for Mini Medical School, an eight week course featuring faculty from Baystate Medical Center
- The Spirit of Women newsletter, Catch the Spirit, mailed quarterly to all member detailing seminars, special events, new programs for women and Baystate Health news and initiatives of community interest.
- The eSpirit newsletter, a bi-monthly email newsletter with timely updates, links, and announcements.
Spirit of Women Events
If it’s time for your annual mammogram screening, call us at 413-794-8899. After your mammogram, enjoy spa services including mini-makeovers, chair massage, and moisturizing hand treatments!
Join our special guest, Young Hee Kim, MS, RD, LDN, CNSC, manager, Clinical Nutrition, Baystate Health, as she takes the guesswork out of eating well and makes it easier to tackle the temptation to make bad food choices.
If you want to learn something cool and new, join Beverly Tenenholz, licensed genetic counselor, for this talk. Baystate has launched a new Family Cancer Risk Program to help ensure people get genetic tests to determine if they have inherited a predisposition to develop certain cancers, like breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
Menopause is a natural part of being a woman. It may however, have some not so fun symptoms and issues. Knowing what to expect helps ease worry and helps keep a woman healthy. Mary Pat Roy, MD, one of Baystate’s endocrinologists and women’s health providers will answer some common (and not so common) questions about menopause and other conditions that concern women. After the menopause talk, Debbie Wright will share fashion tips and tricks on how to look and feel your personal best, and then more shopping!
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