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Quarterly Lunch and Learn
Join us online for a lunch-and-learn series hosted by retired broadcast journalist Mike Donahue and Providence Newberg Medical Center chief executive Joe Yoder. These quarterly conversations will focus on the role Providence Newberg Medical Center plays in this community and how caregivers are working to improve health for all who live here.
Join us for our conversation with Lian Shaw, M.D., a cardiologist at Providence Heart Clinic-Newberg.
Heart Health: Keep the Beat Going
Monday, April 11
Noon – 1 p.m.
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for men and women in the Unites States, regardless of race. The good news: heart disease is often preventable and treatable.
As a local expert in heart health, Dr. Shaw is well versed in the array of cardiac services available in Yamhill County. You’ll hear how Providence Newberg is helping people live longer, healthier lives:
- What are the most common risk factors for heart disease?
- How can people of all ages and income levels reduce their risks?
- What are the best and newest ways to treat heart disease? Is surgery always necessary?
- What is Providence Newberg doing to help people strengthen their hearts to prevent heart attacks and strokes?
Heart health is one of the most important factors to a long, healthy life. Don’t miss this chance to learn how you can 2022 a good year for your heart.
Click the button below to register for this free webinar.
For help, email FoundationEvents@providence.org or call Tiffany at 408-250-8318.