Preterm Labor for Prenatal Moms

Expecting parents and their support systems improve the likelihood for successful pregnancy and childbirth by educating themselves the many factors at play during pregnancy. AAHP’s SMILE Program will conduct a free online Preterm Labor class on Friday, May 1 to provide this critical education.

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STD Awareness Week - April 12-18

According to the American Sexual Health Association, one in two sexually active persons will contract a sexually transmitted disease (STD) by the age of 25. April 12-18 is STD Awareness

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AAHP Community Day 2020 Postponed

We hope that each of you are taking best care, practicing social distancing, and getting some quality time while adjusting to these unprecedented times. Around the world, festivals, college commencements, sporting events, conferences and community celebrations are being cancelled or postponed due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19. As you know, things are evolving fast in Montgomery County, around the state, and all over the U.S. Due to our concerns about the health and safety of all, we have decided to postpone AAHP Community Day. Most of the County facilities are closed and we are being advised to plan for the Fall. We are working on dates in October or November. Hopefully, things will be better.

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