In the world of healthcare, the practice of medicine is constantly
changing. That’s why Bryn Mawr Hospital is committed to educating the
community through our health education programs, screenings and support
groups. Our goal is to help the community we serve to become the best
informed medical consumers in the nation. To that end, Bryn Mawr offers
a variety of programs intended to promote healthy living or "wellness"
within the community. Our expert speakers cover a wide spectrum of
topics all dedicated to your good health.
You come to us. We come to you.
Many of our wellness programs are offered right at Bryn Mawr Hospital;
however, we also travel to local businesses, schools, and organizations
to present programs specific to your needs. Our programs are customized
to suit the audience—from school students to business professionals to
senior citizen groups.
We'll make things perfectly clear.
Our program presenters have a knack for relating topics to the "real
world." Professionals and/or specialists from Bryn Mawr Hospital’s staff
are adept at presenting medical concepts in easy-to-understand,
non-technical language. For some topics, audiovisual materials are used
to better illustrate the particular subjects.
Community Health Needs Assessment
Main Line Health System (MLH) has conducted a Community Health Needs
Assessment (CHNA) at each of its hospitals to better understand and
respond to the health care needs of its communities. View
the Community Health Needs Assessment >
For more information, call 1.866.CALL.MLH.