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Get Healthy, Live Well

Healthy Living

Healthy Living is not a destination; it’s a journey. Tanner Health System can help you pave the way, one positive choice at a time.

We understand that our communities face roadblocks to healthy living. Nutritious, affordable food isn’t always available, neighborhoods aren’t conducive to exercise and tobacco use is a significant regional problem.

Through Get Healthy, Live Well, Tanner offers local programs and classes that empower you and your family to overcome these obstacles and live healthier each day.

Healthy Living Programs

Whether you want to get to a healthy weight, get outdoors or quit smoking, Tanner has programs to help you achieve your goals. Find one that is right for you. View our community health programs.


Classes and Events

When it comes to your health, knowledge is power. Tanner offers a variety of expert-led classes and workshops designed to help you conquer bad habits, follow a healthy lifestyle and even learn new skills. Explore Healthy Living classes and events.


Educational Resources

Visit the Tanner Health Library to find healthy living blogs, articles, quizzes and interactive tools focused on a variety of health topics. Or, discover more Living Well resources.

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Events

Food As Medicine for Diabetes
Food As Medicine for Diabetes

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Carb Counting - Webinar
Carb Counting - Webinar

Thursday, February 10, 2022

News

Tanner Welcomes National Guard Deployment
Tanner Welcomes National Guard Deployment

As the omicron variant of COVID-19 strains hospitals throughout the country, Tanner Health System was appreciative to welcome 10 members of the Georgia National Guard to assist with operations at its hospitals in Carrollton and Villa Rica.

Tanner Offering ‘Diabetes 101’ Class
Tanner Offering ‘Diabetes 101’ Class

Tanner Health System’s Get Healthy, Live Well offers a free online class that educates people about the risks of type 2 diabetes and answers questions about how it can be prevented or managed. 

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