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Wellness Center

Warner Wellness Center

At Warner Wellness Center, we strive to bring our community programs and services to every member of our community, helping everyone maintain or learn a healthy lifestyle.

418 W. South St.
Clinton, IL 61727

Parking is available in front of the Wellness Center or the Physical Therapy parking lot.

For more information about any of our programs, contact our Wellness Coordinator at 217-937-5275 or email us at

What are some of the programs offered through the Wellness Center?

The Warner Wellness Center includes a large selection of classes and programs designed to help enhance the health of our community. For more information on any of our great programs, please contact our Wellness Coordinator.

CPR Classes

Hands only CPR classes for non-medical personnel. This class is typically two hours long.

Diabetes Education

Diabetic Lifestyle teaching for adults with diabetes. This is a six-week series with weekly two-hour sessions.

Financial Wellness Workshops

This series of financial wellness workshops teaches ways to better manage your money with an introduction into home buying basics, credit scores, debit cards and credit cards, and introduction into investments.

First Aid Workshops

First aid for non-medical personnel and tailored to the needs of specific groups such as farmers and Scouts.

Healthy Living Class

This yearlong program is led by a certified health coach and based on Dr. Sears’ scientifically proven plan for healthy aging. The program will guide you and support you through the process of practicing a new, healthier way of living.

Matter of Balance Class

Many older adults experience concerns about falling and consequently restrict their activities. Matter of Balance is an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. This program emphasizes practical strategies to manage falls. In this eight-week program, you will learn to view falls as controllable, set goals for increasing activity, make changes to reduce fall risks at home, and exercise to increase strength and balance.

Master of Balance Class

Prevent T2 Class

This class focuses on ways to prevent type 2 diabetes and is geared for at-risk individuals. This is a yearlong program starting with weekly classes and tapering down to one class a month. You will learn healthy eating habits, fun ways to exercise, how to manage stress, relaxation techniques, and much more within a small supportive group.

Smoking Cessation Classes

Are you ready to quit smoking? Hundreds of thousands of Americans are smoke-free through the American Lung Association Freedom from Smoking program. Over the course of this seven-week program, you will work with a trained facilitator to set a quit date, build a quit plan, and work through your first few smoke-free months. To sign up or for more information, call 217-937-5202 or email us at

Lung Cancer Screening Program

Warner Hospital & Health Services offers a lung cancer screening program. To qualify, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Family Medicine patient
  • Ages 55-70
  • Have a history of smoking at least 30 packs a year
  • Current smoker or have quit within the past 15 years
  • Have additional lung cancer risk factors
  • No active symptoms

Safe Sitter Class

This class is designed to prepare students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they are home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. The instructor-led class is filled with fun games and role-playing exercises. Students even get to use manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue and CPR. Classes are $10 per child. Students should bring a sack lunch — classes are approximately six hours long. For more information, call 217-937-5202 or email us at

What are the recommended tests for overall wellness?

  • Blood pressure — Checked at least every two years.
  • Cholesterol checks — Every five years starting at age 45 for women and for men at 35. If you smoke or have diabetes or heart disease risk factors, start having your checks at age 20.
  • Colorectal cancer tests — Beginning at age 50.
  • Diabetes tests — Screen if you have high blood pressure or high cholesterol.
  • Mammograms — Women should have one, every one to two years starting at age 40
  • Osteoporosis tests — Women should have their first test at age 65. Women with risk factors should be tested under the age of 65.
  • Pap smears — Women should have a pap smear done every one to three years if they are sexually active or older than 21.
  • Prostate cancer screening — Yearly for men age 55-69.
  • Sexually transmitted disease — Anyone who is sexually active.

How can I increase my fitness?

Warner Hospital & Health Services partners with the Clinton Community YMCA to offer the “Couch to 5K” program in the spring to summer seasons for any individual wanting to get up and move. The program is free to all with prizes offered throughout the program. Free or discounted 5Ks are awarded to those who stick with the program. The Clinton Community YMCA hosts a 5K in August at Clinton Lake and the hospital hosts a 5K in September at Weldon Springs State Park.

What is the Swifty Swine 5K?

Warner Hospital & Health Services, in partnership with Warner Hospital Foundation, conducts an annual 5K during the last weekend of September at Weldon Springs State Park, coinciding with the Apple & Pork festival. Run or walk the 3.1-mile trail through the scenic Weldon Springs State Park. At the finish line, enjoy a one-of-a-kind, homemade finisher medal as well as delicious food (yogurt bar and bacon) to refuel your body. Top runners and walkers in the age categories will receive a pig trophy. We finish the event with our Piglet Prance for youngsters under 10.

Learn more about the Swifty Swine 5K here!

How can I get more information about wellness center programs?

Reach out to our Wellness Coordinator at 217-937-5275 or email us at

In an effort to ensure patient safety and public trust, anyone can inquire about our staffing levels and staff competence by calling 217-935-9571 to make an appointment with the Chief Nursing Officer. All questions will be answered in accordance with the Illinois Hospital Report Card Act. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Warner Hospital and Health Services complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.