Health Education

Health educators provide a variety of health education services to clients, healthcare professionals, schools, staff, and the community. Health educators coordinate activities and presentations that focus attention on health topics  and lifestyle choices that will result in positive differences for county residents.

 

Health topics and programs may include:

-Chronic Disease and Diabetes Self-Management courses 

-Gold Sneaker training for day care centers

-STD presentations

-Substance Abuse Prevention & Education

-Tobacco Prevention & Education

-Community First-Aid

-Community Hands-Only CPR

-Nutrition Education & Guidance

-Blood pressure and vital signs screening

-High Risk Activity Education

-Physical activity and education

-Worksite Wellness Programs & Coordination

 

Specialty programs customized to meet the educational and social needs of participants from pre-school to high school.

Family & Friends CPR
Family & Friends CPR Training is an American Heart Association course taught by Health Educators that can teach anyone the concepts of basic CPR and resuscitation for sudden cardiac arrest and choking of infants, children and adults. This is a non-certification class and only offers a completion certificate. The course is approximately 2 hours in length and is held regularly on the third Friday of the month. Pre-Registration is required. Visit EVENTBRITE (below) to register.
Eventbrite - Family & Friends CPR - (Community CPR, Non-Certification)


Health Educator:

​Breanna Cecil, DTR


(615) 465-5355 | Office
breanna.cecil@tn.gov


Health Educator:

​Brad Coutts, NRP


(615) 465-5350 | Office
bradley.coutts@tn.gov
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