Well, now you can! Attend an Emory Heart Health Event and buy your mother a Women’s Heart Screening Gift Certificate! Heart disease kills more women each year than all the cancers combined and in many cases heart disease is preventable. Take time to educate yourself and your family on how to prevent, detect and treat heart disease by attending a heart health event at Emory University Hospital Midtown on Friday, May 9. During the educational event, participants will have an opportunity to meet and learn from Emory Women’s Heart Center physicians and staff as well as meet with different educational vendors who promote a healthy lifestyle.
- Date: Friday, May 9, 2014
- Time: 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Heart health event – Emory University Hospital Midtown’s atrium
Noon – Heart health educational event – How to Prevent, Detect and Treat Heart Disease in Women, a presentation delivered by Emory Women’s Heart Center physician Alexis Cutchins, MD
- Location: Emory University Hospital Midtown
550 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
The gift certificates for a comprehensive heart screening includes:
- Comprehensive physical exam
- Cardiovascular risk factor analysis
- Cholesterol analysis
- Glucose analysis
- Body Mass Index
- Blood Pressure
- Intensive Risk Factor Education – You will receive a personalized Healthy Eating & Exercise Plan
- Cholesterol Education: Smoking Cessation & Stress Management
To learn more or to register for this women’s heart health event, please call Emory HealthConnection℠ at 404-778-7777.
The events are free! Parking will be available in hospitals’ main parking lots.
Take action to prevent heart disease by attending the women’s heart health event and buying a gift certificate for your mother to get her heart checked!
About the Emory Women’s Heart Center
Emory Women’s Heart Center is a unique program dedicated to screening, preventing and treating heart disease in women. The Center, led by nationally renowned cardiologist Gina Lundberg, MD provides comprehensive cardiac risk assessment and screenings for patients at risk for heart disease as well as full range of treatment options for women already diagnosed with heart disease care.