If you had the chance to ask some general heart health questions to a physician without an appointment, wouldn’t you take advantage of it? If you, your friend or family member had heart disease, wouldn’t you want to know ways to prevent it? If given the opportunity to learn about the latest technologies UMass Memorial Medical Center is using to fight heart disease, wouldn’t you want to arm yourself with information?
Well, you can do this for free when you attend an upcoming heart program. Register today. Light refreshments are provided.
Atrial Fibrillation: Get in the Rhythm
David McManus, MD, Director
Tuesday, May 5, 6 – 8 pm
Beechwood Hotel, Worcester, MA
Help for Valve Disease: A Focus on Aortic Stenosis*
Nikolaos Kakouros, MD, PhD
Tuesday, May 12, 10 – 10:30 am
The Manor Restaurant, West Boylston
*Seminar at the ElderCare Fair. Registration not required.
The Heart Facts About Women and Heart Disease
Jennifer Walker, MD, and Cynthia Ennis, DO
Tuesday, May 19, 6 – 8 pm
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
Register Today, and remember these seminars don’t replace speaking with your primary care doctor. Our team is here to educate our communities about heart disease and prevention, but not answer personal health questions. If you have specific heart questions pertaining to you, then your primary care physician is the best starting place. Hope to see you there.