Pullman, WA—Noah Croninger, MS, CSCS, an Exercise Physiologist with Pullman Regional Hospital’s Cardio-Pulmonary Rehabilitation program, will host a Q&A session on “Life After a Cardiac Event: Rehabilitation and Strength Building in a Safe and Supportive Environment.” The event is hosted by the Pullman Regional Hospital’s Center for Learning & Innovation and will take place at Oak on Main restaurant in Pullman on Wednesday, January 11 at 5:30pm.
Croninger is an Exercise Physiologist who specializes in cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. He completed his master’s degree in Movement and Leisure Science from the University of Idaho, where he also worked as a strength and conditioning coach. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Croninger brings a unique perspective into the rehabilitation setting. He utilizes his education and experience to assist his patients on their path to living a healthier life.
This social event provides an opportunity for guests to ask general and specific questions about the hospital’s cardiac rehabilitation program, and have a casual conversation with Croninger. Appetizers are provided at no cost. Everyone is welcome to attend the free presentation.
To attend, please RSVP by visiting www.pullmanregional.org/education-engagement
Women’s Wellness is a monthly series facilitated through Pullman Regional Hospital’s Center for Learning & Innovation. The series aims to provide women 30 and older with facts and information about current healthcare trends in a coffeehouse-style conversation facilitated by health professionals from Pullman Regional Hospital, Clinic Network, Summit Therapy & Health Services and community health partners.
Contact: Alison Weigley, Director of External Relations
Pullman Regional Hospital & Foundation
Office: (509) 332-2041 / Cell: (509) 330-0242
Dec 15, 2022