OUR PRIORITY IS YOU
Click here for visitation restrictions at Mon Health

CALL US: 1-304-598-1200

American Heart Month observed across Mon Health System

Posted Date: 3/3/2020
Throughout the month of February, Mon Health held various events and provided opportunities to raise public awareness of American Heart Month. 

Employees across Mon Health System participated in the American Heart Association National Wear Red Day on Friday, February 7, while Mon Health Medical Center hosted a public luncheon at The Village at Heritage Point to provide women’s heart health education. 

Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital held its Annual Healthy Heart Fair on Wednesday, February 12, serving 100 patients. Participants were eligible to receive free and low-cost health screenings including blood pressure, EKGs, blood glucose, arterial doppler, cholesterol and more. Mon Health Heart and Vascular Center Cardiologist Dr. Wissam Gharib also presented women’s heart health education at the event. 

Additionally, Mon Health Heart and Vascular Cardiologist Dr. Richard Smith and other Mon Health employees gathered at Pantry Plus More in Morgantown to sort roughly 6,000 pounds of food to be distributed to 13 schools in Monongalia County to promote heart healthy meals and awareness. This program is sponsored by Mon Health throughout the year.

While raising awareness throughout the month, employees were given the opportunity to purchase red Mon Health shirts to be worn in February with a portion of the proceeds donated to Mon Health Heart and Vascular patients. 

“Our Heart and Vascular care teams strive for excellence and recognize the need to provide public education to the communities served by Mon Health,” said David Goldberg, Mon Health President and CEO.
 
Mon Health Heart and Vascular Center provides the latest advancements in cardiac care in community hospital settings with locations in Morgantown, Elkins, Fairmont, Kingwood, Grafton and McHenry, Maryland. Mon Health Heart and Vascular offers a comprehensive approach to treat patients with abdominal aortic aneurysm, atrial fibrillation, cardiac arrhythmias, coronary artery disease, peripheral artery disease and structural heart (ASD/PFO). 

“At Mon Health Heart and Vascular we provide the highest standard of care in the region,” said Dr. Bradford Warden, Executive Director of the Mon Health Heart and Vascular Center. “Each patient receives individualized care, and we are proud to deliver quality care in convenient, close to home locations.”  

For further information visit Mon Heart and Vascular Center. 
Popularity:
This record has been viewed 498 times.