Health Promotion and Education

Health Promotion and Education is an integral part of the mission of the Antillean Adventist Hospital

The most important objective of Health Promotion and Education is to help men and women reach their full potential, mentally, spiritually and physically. To reach full potential, health principles must be practiced. The more closely these principles are followed, the better health the person enjoys.

We hope you will find long life as you commit to good health practices.


8 Secrets To A Healthy 100


Choice is the first step toward improved health because people who believe they are in control over their own lives are healthier and live longer.


Rest is good sleep and also taking time to relax. Relaxation lowers blood pressure and reduces stress.


Environment is our external world but also affects what happens within us for the better or worst.


Activity includes physical and mental conditioning. Our goal is to be active in mind, body and spirit.


Trust in God speaks to the relationship between spirituality and healing. A link exists between faith and wellness.

I-Interpersonal Relationships

Interpersonal relationships strengthen our well being. Social connection fortifies our resolve and improves our health.


Outlook creates our reality. Our mind influences our body and our attitude impacts our health.


Nutrition is the fuel that drives the whole system. Small improvements and strategic substitutions produce profound results.

You are here for a reason. Come with us now and start living your life to the fullest.


Seventh-day Adventists in the News

Find out what the news media are saying about the Adventist Lifestyle  by clicking on the links below.

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