Three Part Series Focuses on Heart Health During Heart Month
In recognition of Heart Month, CarolinaEast Medical Center and doctors from CarolinaEast Physicians are hosting three lunch and learn sessions highlighting heart health and the latest advancements in the treatment of cardiac disease.
“Heart to Heart Over Lunch” will include a light lunch to be enjoyed while heart care professionals share valuable and timely information. All three sessions will be held at 12:00 noon in the Auditorium on the medical center campus. The first session will be held on February 14, 2019 featuring Dr. Angela Park discussing Atrial fibrillation and the reduction of stroke risk by a new device called the Watchman Implant. Dr. Piotr Dumicz will then lead a conversation on the surgical options for AFib itself on February 21st. The third and final session will be held on February 26th and feature Dr. David Jessup with information on our new Peripheral Artery Disease Rehab Program. “Heart to Heart Over Lunch” is being offered free of charge as a community service of CarolinaEast Health System. Seating is extremely limited at all sessions.
Registration is required! Visit CarolinaEastHealth.com/calendar or call 252-633-8154 to reserve your seat or for additional information.
Submitted by: Megan McGarvey, Director, Public Relations, CarolinaEast Health System