Heart disease can strike anyone.
In Oregon, the facts are alarming: one in five Oregonians dies of heart disease. 63 percent of adults have at least one of the three top heart disease risk factors. And the rates of high blood pressure and hardening of the arteries among youth and young adults are rising rapidly.
With our older population growing, Oregon faces a tidal wave of heart disease. With your help, we can meet this need by expanding access to cardiac rehabilitation. We can advance research to make care more effective, responsive and fair. Your gift can power prevention and wellness programs, including free heart screenings for thousands of youth each year. Your gift will change lives.
Heart Failure Treatments: When Less is More
Featuring Jacob Abraham, M.D., and Ethan Korngold, M.D.
Tuesday, May 11
Noon - 1 p.m.
Cardiologists Dr. Jacob Abraham and Dr. Ethan Korngold will explain how doctors at Providence Heart Institute are using minimally invasive procedures to revolutionize cardiac care.
Join us online to learn:
- How hearts can be repaired without traditional surgery
- Which procedures can be done using minimally invasive techniques
- How effective the new procedures are compared to traditional open-heart surgeries.
Donors help bring the world’s best and most innovative heart care to Oregon.
How you can help
Give: Make a gift to Providence in support of heart research.
Get involved: Take a tour, meet our research team in person or attend a gathering.
Introduce: Share information about our work with others, host Heart Institute tours, or plan gatherings for your friends.
Remember: Remember Providence in your will or estate plan to ensure the future of heart research, treatment and care.