Heart Club: Heart Diseases Prevention Program

Doctor with hand on patients shoulder

The purpose of the Heart Club is to educate members about heart disease through monthly informational meetings. Informal social activities following the meeting also provide the opportunity to share concerns and talk with others who are working to live a heart-healthy life.

Topics include:

  • Changing your controllable risk factors
  • Making healthy lifestyle choices
  • The latest topics related to heart disease
  • New treatments in cardiovascular disease
  • Medications
  • CPR training
  • Cooking suggestions
  • Stress management
  • Exercise
  • Other timely health issues
  • February 20, 2018
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location Information

North Memorial Health Hospital

3300 Oakdale Ave. N
Robbinsdale
Minnesota
55422
United States

This group meets in the North Memorial Health Hospital in the Vance De Mong Classroom. Please Stop by the information desk located in the atrium – plaza level for directions.

Registration Information

Membership is open to anyone in the community, whether they are currently living with heart disease or are focusing on prevention. For additional information, call Lifestyle Management Services at (763) 581-6740.

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