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HerHeart Symposium 2015

Tallahassee, FL – Capital Regional Medical Center and Capital Regional Cardiology Associates present the HerHeart Symposium 2015. Hear from interventional cardiologists, Dr. Carey Dellock and Dr. Niraj Pandit, receive a free BP screening and enjoy a heart-healthy breakfast.

Women's awareness of heart disease has greatly increased over the last 10 years yet, research shows that more needs to be done to educate women about heart health. To address this need, Capital Regional Medical Center and Capital Regional Cardiology Associates created HerHeart, a program that educates women about heart disease and inspires them to take control of their own heart health.

“The HerHeart Symposium is an opportunity for women in the community to be in an intimate setting with knowledgeable physicians sharing lifesaving information. Doctors Niraj Pandit, MD and Carey Dellock, MD are passionate about educating people about matters of the heart. Even as a seasoned healthcare professional, I always learn something from these events,” said Janet White, Vice President of Cardiovascular Services at Capital Regional Medical Center.

Registration for the HerHeart Symposium is free, but space is limited.

When: Sat., Feb. 7, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where: Capital Regional Conference Center at 2626 Care Drive.
To register: (850) 325-3627

View the 2015 HerHeart Symposium event flyer (PDF – 2.86 MB)PDF icon

HerHeartFebruary is National Heart Month and to spread awareness Capital Regional Medical Center staff will be out in the community with the #HeartHealth awareness picture “frame” offering people the chance to share their #HeartHealth stories.

The photos/stories will be viewable and shareable through the Capital Regional Medical Center Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram & Pinterest pages throughout the month of Feb.

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