Effective Thursday, March 12, until further notice, we have decided to cancel all community classes and events at Sibley out of an abundance of caution. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and look forward to resuming classes when we feel it is safe to do so. Please check Sibley.org and our Facebook page for ongoing updates.
We consider health education for our patients, healthcare professionals and the community as part of our mission. Our education and outreach efforts emphasize the importance and value of prevention and the early detection of illness and disease.
Many programs and classes are offered to help you stay well and fit and to provide you with the knowledge and support you need to make informed decisions concerning your health.
Click below to learn more about:
Classes & Events at Sibley: Including childbirth classes and maternity tours, support groups, rehabilitation classes, health & wellness events, weight loss seminars, health screenings and more.
Childbirth & Parenthood Education: The Childbirth Education department recommends that you take Childbirth classes 4 – 6 weeks prior to your due date (any series should end about this time as well).
The Sibley Senior Association: If you are 50 years or older, Sibley Memorial Hospital invites you to become a member of an association that will help you maintain your good health.
Exercise Classes: Keep moving! Register for exercise classes as part of the Sibley Senior Association membership.
Community Health Needs Assessment: Our hospital uses the Community Health Improvement Guiding Principles proposed by the Johns Hopkins Medicine Community Benefits Advisory Council to help guide our collective commitment and efforts.
Interested in volunteering at Sibley?
Sibley’s Volunteer Service offers diverse and interesting opportunities to members of our community, including retirees and students. Click here to learn more about how you can support hospital staff and enhance patient care at Sibley.