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Resources to help you achieve your fitness goals. Geo Trail map (PDF). Sky Lakes campus map (PDF). Maps of Moore Mountain Trails (PDF) and Spence Mountain Trails (PDF) are courtesy Klamath Trails Alliance. Live Young Sky Lakes Wellness Center. Walk With a Doc, 9 a.m. Saturdays (except major holidays), at Steen Sports Park. The current edition of Living Well magazine includes an assortment of fitness ideas.
Air quality. When smoke levels are high, even healthy people may have symptoms or health problems. The best thing to do is to limit your exposure to smoke. Wildfire Smoke and Your Health (PDF) by the Oregon Health Authority offers tips to protect your lungs.
More tips to help you avoid illness are in the Health Library.
Our interactive online Patient Guide has key information about a hospital stay, answers frequently asked questions, offers tips on how you can take charge of your health.
The 2015 edition of the Community Health Needs Assessment is part of a local health improvement process that uses data to identify priority issues, develop strategies for action, and establish an accountable system with measurable indicators to track trends over time.
The Community Health Improvement Plan serves as the three-year strategic plan for improving the health and well-being of Klamath County residents.
The Blue Zones Project is a community approach to making the healthy choice the easy choice. Learn more about the Blue Zones Project in Klamath Falls and the Power 9 principles.
Learn how Sky Lakes is a partner in local economic development Driving Change in Rural Oregon.
Read recent issues of Live Smart, a quarterly health and wellness magazine published by Sky Lakes.