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Healthy Living at Logan Health Medical Fitness Center directs its focus on prevention using education tools and awareness in all aspects of health before diagnoses are made.

Our primary goal is to provide solutions and support while creating a united collaboration toward solving the rising health problems of our community. We strongly promote self advocacy and a healthy lifestyle not only at home, but in the workplace and our community. It is our hope that “Healthy Living” will have a positive impact on the health of our community, employers, schools, families, and community groups that share concern and interest in promoting health.

We will achieve this through the development of a strategic and innovative outreach model as well as by creating and supporting collaborative efforts with other community leaders and organizations that share our mission.

We encourage you to pursue an active role in your own health and to take advantage of Healthy Living’s endless resources for any health-related setbacks. 

Community CPR and First Aid Classes

Group CPR Classes

Please contact Mike Tryon to schedule a group CPR class. We are continuing with the blended learning format for individual training. See details below. 

Group CPR Contact: Mike Tryon, 406-751-4131, mtryon@logan.org.

Basic Life Support CPR Training

Basic Life Support is geared toward prehospital providers, such as EMTS, paramedics, fire fighters and in-facility hospital providers. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a course completion card, valid for two years. Please contact your employer to ensure that you are selecting the correct course. 

When: Saturday, June 8 | Noon – 4 p.m.
Where:
Logan Health Fitness Center, Conference Room 2
Cost: $90 per person for class structured training
To register, please call (406) 751-4100

Blended Learning Classes – Online & In-Person Skills Test

Due to staffing constraints we are only scheduling the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.

HeartSaver Adult/Child/Infant CPR with AED-Blended Online Learning with Skills Test

This class teaches the skills needed to perform CPR on people of all ages (Birth to Adult) and includes automated external defibrillator (AED) training, use of barrier devices, and relief of choking. This is a blended learning class with the first portion completed online and the second portion completed onsite with American Heart Association certified instructor/s conducting the skills test. A Certification card will be issued for two years.

**When registering for Adult CPR, please note that Child CPR IS required with that certification. Only Infant CPR is optional.  If completing Adult CPR, please be sure to complete the Child section as well or you may be turned away during skills testing and forced to reschedule.** 

Step One: Purchase and complete the online portion of the course at https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartsaver-cpr-aed-online

Step Two: Call the Logan Health Medical Fitness Center at 751-4100, Option 2  to schedule and pay for the onsite skills test. The cost is $40.00 and is due at the time you schedule. Skills test can be scheduled on Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Skills Test Location: 75 Claremont Street, Suite F, in Kalispell.

**Be sure to bring your course certificate to your CPR skills test, you will not be able to complete the test without it.**

CPR for Healthcare Providers-Basic Life Support (BLS) – Blended Online Learning with Skills Test

This class is for those requiring certification in adult, child, and infant resuscitation, operation of an AED, and ventilation with Bag Valve Mask Resuscitator. This class uses an online platform with simulation modules. The online portion is self-directed and once completed an in-person; hands on skills test will be conducted by an American Heart Association certified instructor in order to complete the certification course. A Certification card will be issued for two years.

Step One: Purchase and complete the online portion of the course at https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartcode-bls

Step Two: Call the Logan Health Medical Fitness Center at 751-4100, Option 2,  to schedule and pay for the onsite skills test. The cost is $40.00 and is due at the time you schedule. Skills test can be scheduled on Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Skills Test Location: 75 Claremont Street, Suite F, in Kalispell.

**Be sure to bring your course certificate to your CPR skills test, you will not be able to complete the test without it.**

HeartSaver First Aid – Blended Online Learning with Skills Test

This class teaches how to assess patients and treat life-threatening as well as minor injuries/illnesses until help arrives. This is a blended learning class with the first portion completed online and the second portion completed onsite with American Heart Association certified instructor/s conducting the skills test. This class meets the American Heart Association and Montana Emergency Medical Services standards. A Certification card will be issued for two years.

Step One: Purchase and complete the online portion of the course at https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartsaver-first-aid-online

Step Two: Call the Logan Health Medical Fitness Center at 751-4100, Option 2,  to schedule and pay for the onsite skills test. The cost is $25.00 and is due at the time you schedule. Skills test can be scheduled on Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Skills Test Location: 75 Claremont Street, Suite F, in Kalispell.

**Be sure to bring your course certificate to your CPR skills test, you will not be able to complete the test without it.**

HeartSaver CPR / First Aid Combo- Blended Online Learning with Skills Test

This course covers both CPR and First Aid. Both course must be completed before you schedule your skills test.

Step One: Purchase and complete the online portion of the course for both First Aid and CPR, https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartsaver-first-aid-cpr-aed-online

Step Two: Call the Logan Health Medical Fitness Center at 751-4100, Option 2,  to schedule and pay for the onsite skills test. The cost is $50.00 and is due at the time you schedule. Skills test can be scheduled on Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Skills Test Location: 75 Claremont Street, Suite F, in Kalispell.

**Be sure to bring your course certificate to your CPR skills test, you will not be able to complete the test without it.**

HeartSaver Pediatric CPR / First Aid Combo- Blended Online Learning with Skills Test

This course covers both CPR and First Aid for Childcare Providers. Both course must be completed before you schedule your skills test.

Step One: Purchase and complete the online portion of the course for both First Aid and CPR, https://shopcpr.heart.org/heartsaver-pediatric-first-aid-cpr-aed-online

Step Two: Call the Logan Health Medical Fitness Center at 751-4100, Option 2,  to schedule and pay for the onsite skills test. The cost is $50.00 and is due at the time you schedule. Skills test can be scheduled on Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Skills Test Location: 75 Claremont Street, Suite F, in Kalispell.

**Be sure to bring your course certificate to your CPR skills test, you will not be able to complete the test without it.**

Community Cholesterol Screening

Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Walk-In Screening

The purpose of this screening is to help you determine your risk for heart disease or stroke by having your cholesterol and blood pressure evaluated. This walk-in clinic requires no appointment. Fasting for 12 hours prior to the test and water intake are recommended.

First Thursday of Each Quarter except for July
2024 Dates:
January 4, April 4, July 11, October 3
Time:   7 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Location:   Logan Health Medical Fitness Center
Price:   $40.00 = Triglycerides, Cholesterol, LDL & HDL, Ratio and Glucose
More Info:   Call 406-751-4131

Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Screening By Appointment

The purpose of this screening is to help you determine your risk for heart disease or stroke by having your cholesterol and blood pressure evaluated.  Fasting for 12 hours prior to the test and water intake are recommended.

Call to Make Appointment: 406-751-4131
Location:   Logan Health Medical Fitness Center
Price:   $50.00 = Triglycerides, Cholesterol, LDL & HDL, Ratio and Glucose

Body Composition Analysis

What’s your Body Composition?

The InBody 570, a FDA approved machine, takes body composition analysis to the highest level. Using technology called bioelectrical impedance, the InBody sends a non-detectable electrical current through five separate body segments – both arms, both legs and core, to get an accurate body composition. The screening only takes a few minutes. After the screening one of our certified trainers will review your results and answer any questions.

InBody results include a printout with the following information::

  • Basal Metabolic Rate
  • Total Weight
  • Percent Body Fat
  • Cell Hydration
  • Fat-Free Mass (muscle)

Next to underwater weighting, this is the most accurate way to determine your body composition.

Cost
Summit Members: $22
Non-member: $35

Contact the Summit fitness desk @ 406.751.4102 or front desk @ 406.751.4120 to schedule your appointment.

Safe Sitter

SafeSitterA nationally accredited instruction series for boys and girls age 11 and older. Teaches students how to safely and effectively care for young children. This program includes: business skills, child development, behavior management, personal safety, accident prevention, first aid, rescue breathing, relief of choking and more. Interactive learning experience. Taught by certified instructors. Class size limited to 8-16 students per class. Pre-registration is required.  For more information E-Mail Us.

Please note that Kalispell classes are two days long and include swimming. Whitefish classes are one day only and do not include swimming.

Kalispell Classes

  • Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • Price: $85/class
  • Location: Glacier Conference Center, 1375 Hwy 93 N
  • More Info: Mike Tryon, 406-751-4131 / Email Us
  • Register at the front desk or online.

Upcoming Classes:

  • June 11 – 12
  • July 23 – 24
  • August 13 – 14

Info to Know for Class:

  • Please bring a lunch, snacks, and a water bottle to class. 
  • Students must attend both days.
  • Complete the forms below and return to Mike Tryon at mtryon@logan.org, before class or bring to the first day.
  • Check into class a few minutes before 9 am to ensure all appropriate paperwork is complete. Parents please escort your student to the first day of class. If you are unable to do so, please contact Mike Tryon prior to class.
  • We will have access to the pool on both days. Please bring swimming suit, towel, and any other items you may need.
  • We ask that students not bring valuables, such as cell phones, iPods, or other media players to class that may be disruptive.  Additionally, Logan Health will not be responsible for those lost or stolen items if brought to class.

Whitefish Classes

  • Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
  • Price: $65/class
  • Location: Professional Office Building, 711 13th St. East, Whitefish, MT
  • More Info: Karrin Parker, 406-863-3648 / Email Us

Upcoming Classes:

  • June 27
  • July 18
  • August 20

Info to Know for Class:

  • Please bring a lunch, snacks, and a water bottle to class. 
  • Students must attend entire day.
  • Complete the forms below and return to Karrin Parker at kparker@logan.org, before class or bring to the first day.
  • Check into class a few minutes before 9 a.m. to ensure all appropriate paperwork is complete. Parents or guardian please escort your student to the class. If you are unable to do so, please contact Mike Tryon prior to class.
  • Please bring payment in form of a check when student is dropped off.
  • We ask that students not bring valuables, such as cell phones, iPods, or other media players to class that may be disruptive.  Additionally, Logan Health will not be responsible for those lost or stolen items if brought to class.

Forms:

Helmet Safety Program

Protect your brain, always wear a helmet!

Logan Health is proud to offer helmets at non-profit rates. Helmets and custom fittings will be available at Logan Health Fitness Center by appointment starting December 12. Please call (406) 751-4100, option 2 starting December 12.

  • Toddler Helmets $7
  • Bicycle Helmets $12
  • Multi-Sports Helmets $12
  • Water/Winter Sports Helmets $22
  • Equestrian Helmets $31

Nearly 1 million children under age 14 are treated each year for bicycle injuries. More than 260,000 children admitted to the hospital with bicycle injuries each year have suffered head trauma. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimated that helmets worn by skiers and snowboarders would prevent or reduce the severity of 53 percent of head injuries. Broken bones and skin abrasions will heal, but injury to the brain can cause death or permanent damage. Helmets work! When correctly worn, they absorb and distribute the impact of a crash.

Talk to your kids about why it is so important to protect our heads with a helmet. Begin the “helmet habit” early, while a child is still on a tricycle! It will become natural as your children grow. Encourage others to buy and wear helmets.
Helmet Safety

Rules of the Road

WEAR A HELMET! Make it part of your standard equipment.

  • Before you ride make sure you don’t have any loose clothing, drawstrings, or shoelaces; they can get caught in your chain and make you fall.
  • Check the air in your tires
  • Learn and follow the rules of the road. When riding in the road, always ride on the right hand side (same direction as traffic).
  • Obey traffic laws, including all the traffic signs and signals.
  • Ride predictably – ride in a straight line, don’t weave in and out of traffic.
  • Look for debris on your route that could cause you to fall off your bicycle, like trash, stones, toys.
  • If you must ride at night, make sure your bike has reflectors and lights and wear retro-reflective materials on your ankles, wrists, back and helmet.

Safety Rules of the Slopes

 WEAR A HELMET! Make it part of your standard equipment.

  • Try to stay in control.
  • People ahead of you have the right of way.
  • Stop in a safe place for you and others.
  • Whenever starting downhill or merging, look uphill and yield.
  • Observe signs and warnings, and keep off closed trails.
  • Know how to use the lifts safely.

Safety Rules for Sledding

WEAR A HELMET! Make it part of your standard equipment.

  • Sled during daylight, and if you are out at night don’t slide unless the hill is well lit (most injuries occur in late afternoon and evening hours).
  • Always sit or kneel facing forward.
  • Remember to tuck in strings and long winter hats. Use a neck warmer instead of a scarf.
  • Wait until the path is clear before starting down the hill.
  • Keep an eye out for oncoming sledders and quickly get out of the way when you reach the bottom.
  • Roll to the side if you have to get off in a hurry remembering not to use your hands or feet to try and stop the sled.
  • Climb back up the hill by keeping to the side (away from where people are coming down).

Nordic Walking

Learn to Nordic Walk

If you are looking for an exercise program that gives you an opportunity to walk in spite of foot, knee, hip or back issues, this may be it!  Nordic Walking gives great core workout while de-stressing those areas. 

One Hour Private Nordic Walking Session: $65
Purchase Nordic Walking Poles: $65 – $80
Contact Jude to Schedule Your Session: 406.751.7189

Support Groups

We have limited Support Groups at this time. Please see list below of current groups.

Nicotine-Free Living Support Group

The Nicotine-Free Living Support Group is open to those who are committed to remaining nicotine free and are looking for a support and accountability system to help them with this commitment.  This group meets weekly on Fridays, 1:15-2:15 pm at Logan Health Fitness Center.  Please call Michele for more information, 406-751-4106.

COVID Long Haulers Support Group

The intention of this support group is to assist survivors with health challenges after having a COVID-19 infection and/or those with lingering symptoms.  The group will be facilitated by Certified Wellness Coaches with a focus on healing and recovery.

When: Second Thursday of each month at 4 pm.  Meet in Studio B.
More Info: Call Rose Nicholson at 406-751-4506

Depression Support Group

Every Wednesday | 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

Pathways Conference Room | 200 Heritage Way

Questions? Call 406-756-3950

Announcements
  • Summer Hours:
    • Monday - Friday • 5 a.m. - 9 p.m.
    • Saturday - Sunday • 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Summer Short-Term Membership Specials - Buy two and get the third month free! Learn more.
  • Summer schedules begin June 10, 2024. See schedules.
  • Temporary suspension of day pass and 10-day pass sales during after-school hours until further notice to create the best member experience. Read more here.