LVHN Event Videos
From ribbon cuttings to educational programs, Lehigh Valley Health Network has so much to share. View our event videos to get to know LVHN providers, learn health tips and stay up to date.
We know you’re busy and that sometimes life’s demands can make it difficult to watch livestreaming events. Don’t worry, your health partner has recorded events right here to help you stay informed. Watch videos on your time and never miss an event again.
Event date: Monday, May 3, 2021
Did you know one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime?
Join us to celebrate survivorship and learn about the latest advances in care, treatment and management of melanoma from Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center providers.
Event date: Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Learn about the latest advances in care, treatment and management of kidney cancer from Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute providers.
Event date: Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in the U.S. The good news is it’s highly curable if caught early. Everyone should be screened for colorectal cancer beginning at age 50, unless you have a family history of the disease or certain other risk factors. Watch this video and learn about the importance of screening, nutrition and other colorectal cancer prevention strategies.
Event date: February 27, 2021
If you wish to reduce the chance of receiving donated blood and blood derived products, or you wish to elect a bloodless surgery, Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) has options for you. Hear from our bloodless surgery physician champions as they discuss the options available at LVHN. A family also shares their experience opting for an operation without transfused blood. When blood is not an option, you have an option - compassionate care, close to home!
Event date: March 1, 2021
When lifestyle changes or medications no longer relieve chronic acid reflux, Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) has options for you. LVHN experts discuss symptoms of reflux, concerns about long-term use of medications and new reflux treatment options.
Event date: Thursday, Dec. 10, 2020
Watch this event with our registered dietitians from Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute who are board certified in oncology nutrition. They provide information about the link between nutrition, lifestyle, and cancer risk or recurrence. They also discuss lifestyle practices that can reduce your risk for cancer recurrence, including the importance of maintaining a healthy weight, taking part in physical activity, and eating a healthy diet. Other important topics covered during the event include information on cancer-fighting foods, fun forms of physical activity, tips and guidelines for plant-based diets, and general healthy eating guidelines.
Event date: Nov. 19, 2020
Watch this event and learn about the latest advances in lung cancer screening, treatment and management from Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute health care providers. Moderated by B104 radio host Steph Wells from Mike and Steph in the Morning, the event features some of our top cancer experts from Lehigh Valley Cancer Institute.
Join our surgical expert, Paul Cesanek, MD, as he discusses the signs and symptoms of a hernia. He will review the importance of early detection and treatment options available at Lehigh Valley Institute for Surgical Excellence, including minimally invasive robotic surgery.
Event date: Oct. 15, 2020
Physicians Priya Sareen, MD, Ranju Gupta, MD, Lori Alfonse, DO, Jeanette Blauth, MD and Deborah Sundlof, DO discuss the future of breast screening, how we’re keeping you safe, our new location in Northampton County, clinical trials and more. Watch this inspiring story about 2 breast cancer survivors and to hear more from breast cancer survivors and their experiences, visit here.
Event date: Oct. 7, 2020
We kicked off breast cancer awareness month with a fun, informative LIVE Q&A about women's health.
Event date: Sept. 16, 2020
Learn about screening, prevention and treatment options for gynecologic cancers, as LVPG physicians Martin Martino, MD, M. Bijoy Thomas, MD, Christine Kim, MD, and Jill Snyder, DO, discuss detection, prevention and treatment for women’s cancers, including ovarian, cervical and endometrial cancer.