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Culture of a Woman's Heart

Location Details

Carleton Hotel
1100 Pleasant St.
Oak Park, IL 60302

February 21, 2017 - 6:00pm

Join women's heart experts at Rush for an informative program that will outline your individual risk factors based on your ethnicity and explain how to be proactive about your heart health. The group is together for an initial discussion, and then separate into breakout sessions based on ethnicity.

Director of the Rush Heart Center for Women, Annabelle Volgman, MD, will provide welcoming remarks. Speakers will include cardiologists Ewa Dembowski, MD, and Karolina Marinescu, MD, as well as a panel of experts from Rush.

To register and/or request a parking map, please call (708) 660-INFO (4636).

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Feb 21

Culture of a Woman's Heart

6:00pm - 8:30pm

Join women's heart experts at Rush for an informative program that will outline your individual risk factors based on your ethnicity and explain how to be proactive about your heart health. The group is together for an initial discussion, and then separate into breakout sessions based on ethnicity.

Director of the Rush Heart Center for Women, Annabelle Volgman, MD, will provide welcoming remarks. Speakers will include cardiologists Ewa Dembowski, MD, and Karolina Marinescu, MD, as well as a panel of experts from Rush.

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