The Ross Heart Hospital garden was established in 2015 to give patients the tools they need to improve their own health, educating them in healthy cooking and facilitating discussion between community members and expert clinicians on how a nutrient-dense diet can improve overall wellness.
Weekly classes to support your heart health
The Ohio State Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital, in partnership with The James Mobile Education Kitchen team, is proud to announce another season of the Ohio State Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital Garden nutrition education classes. These classes help improve health and wellness by sharing the importance of healthy eating, cooking and nutrition.
Our free classes are held weekly on Wednesdays beginning at 6 p.m. and are available to Ross Heart Hospital patients, caregivers and community members. You can register for the entire series at one time and then attend the classes that are of most interest to you.
Register today to learn healthy cooking techniques from how to properly break down your produce to baking the perfect sourdough bread to leveraging the versatility of carrots.
COVID-19 update: During this time of public health concern, we will not be holding in-person classes. This year, classes will be live-streamed online each Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m.
April 21: Food for the Earth
April 28: Knife Skill Basics
May 5: Tender Greens
May 12: Let Them Eat Cake!
May 19: Plant-Based Breakfasts
May 26: Carrot Love
Questions or need more information? Contact us at 614-293-8797 or email us with any questions at Rossgarden@osumc.edu.