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Speakers Bureau

Atlantic General Hospital is pleased to offer a speakers bureau, providing qualified speakers for civic organizations, businesses, schools and community groups in our area. This service is free and we can offer a variety of health and business related topics. A partial list of topics is below but others are being added on an ongoing basis.

To request a speaker or to find out more information, call the Population Health Department at (410) 641-9268 or send an Email Here. Please allow as much lead time as possible when requesting your speaker.

Cardiac and Respiratory Topics

  • Consequences of Sleep Disorders/Sleep Apnea
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Asthma
  • Respiratory Care as a Profession
  • Understanding Heart Healthy Diets

Diabetes Topics

  • Understanding and Managing Diabetes
  • Nutrition and Diabetes
  • The Diabetic Foot

Emergency Services Topics

  • Forensic Violence

Infectious Disease Topics

  • Hospital Infection Prevention
  • MRSA


  • Nursing as a Profession

Nutrition Topics

  • Reading Food Labels: What do the Numbers Mean?
  • Choosing the Right Type and Amount of Fat in Your Diet
  • The DASH Diet for Blood Pressure Control
  • TLC: Therapeutics Lifestyle Changes: Implementing and Maintaining Them
  • Choosing a Weight Loss Program
  • Nutrition Myths
  • Using MyPlate as a Guide to Healthy Eating
  • Fat, Sugar and Salt
  • Healthy Eating on a Budget
  • Renal Diets Explained
  • Healthy Nutrition for the Elderly
  • Meal Planning
  • Healthy Dining Out
  • Mindful Eating

Pastoral Care Topics

  • Advance Directives/Living Wills
  • Hospice Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Medical Ethics
  • Spiritual Care

Patient Financial Services Topics

  • Understanding the Billing Process
  • Patient Financial Assistance
  • Understanding Medicare

Quality Topics

  • Joint Commission Accreditation
  • Healthcare Quality

Safety Topics

  • Patient Safety – Protecting You and Your Loved One
  • FILE of Life
  • Falls Prevention at Home and Hospital
  • Think SAFETY While Being a Patient
  • Community Emergency Preparedness
  • Medication Safety for the Elderly and Adults
  • Sun Safety

Wound Care Topics

  • Venous Stasis and Arterial Ulcers
  • Prevention Strategies of Chronic Wounds
  • Skin Care
  • Nutrition as it Relates to Wound Healing
  • The Social and Psychological Effects of Having a Chronic Wound
  • Types of Wounds Treated at a Wound Care Center
  • What Causes a Wound to Become Chronic?
  • Why Choose a Wound Center?
  • Treatments for Chronic Wounds

To request a speaker or to find out more information, call the Population Health Department at (410) 641-9268 or send an Email Here.