Sinai Health System Asks You to Get Heart Healthy

Release date

Monday, February 10th 2014

February events include free educational programs, seminars

CHICAGO—February is American Heart Month and Sinai Health System wants to educate the community about the importance of heart health. Prevention is key to combatting this disease known as the number one killer of people around the globe. The team of Sinai Medical Group cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons, as well as Sinai Health System nursing specialists and registered dieticians, offer a complete spectrum of heart disease treatment. Their services include a comprehensive cardiac care program to diagnose, treat and manage heart problems, whether common or complex. During the month of February, Sinai Health System will host a series of public, targeted education programs featuring tips for maintaining heart health.

Calendar of activities:

February 14: Spanish Seminar at the Mexican Consulate 11:45 AM: Dr. Daniel Benatar discusses hypertension in the Latino community 12:15 PM: Dr. Enrique Garcia-Sayan discusses heart disease in women 204 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 6067

February 17: Presentation on Cardiovascular Disease in Women at Sinai Community Institute (SCI) 10:30 AM: Dr. Daniela Kovac Washtenaw and Ogden, Chicago, 60608

 

About Sinai Health System

Sinai Health System, a Chicago-based private, not-for-profit organization, is comprised of seven member organizations: Mount Sinai Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, Sinai Children’s Hospital, Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, Sinai Medical Group, Sinai Community Institute, and Sinai Urban Health Institute. The system has over 800 physicians on its hospital medical staff, 695 licensed beds, 100,000+ annual emergency department patient visits, and eight physician residency training programs. To learn more about Sinai, please visit www.sinai.org.