Boundary County Diabetic Education Support Group
If you have been diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes, it’s important to have support from other people with the disease such as the Boundary County Diabetic Education Support Group.
The more individuals know about the disease, the better they are able to manage their diabetes and prevent complications. The advantage of networking with other diabetics is that you can learn about health related issues and how it can affect your care. Many topics are covered including nutrition, exercise, reading labels, dental, ideas and suggestions from the group members.
Anyone is welcome to join the group including family members and caregivers. The group is moderated by Shantel Pluid RD, LD who is a dietitian at Boundary Community Hospital. Meetings are on the third Monday of each month September through May at 1:00 pm in the Fry Healthcare Education Center
at 6671 Kaniksu Street in Bonners Ferry. Call 208-267-3141 Ext. 4235 for more information.
Certified Nursing Assistant Certification
Why study for CNA Certification?
Get your Certified Nursing Assistant certification in Bonners Ferry through North Idaho College and Boundary Community Hospital
Instructor Kris Patterson explains, “Whether at the local hospital, or at home with in-home services, the person more than likely helping take care of your personal needs is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). A CNA is someone who has completed a certification course that includes classroom, lab, and clinical experience to ensure they are able to provide personal care in compliance with the state’s regulations. ”
Scholarships May Be Available – Contact our Human Resources Department to find out more.