(ST. CLOUD, Fla.)— St. Cloud Regional Medical Center and Osceola Woman Magazine have joined forces to host Osceola County’s 1st Annual Women’s Heart to Heart Luncheon during the month of February which is nationally known as American Heart Month.
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the number one killer among women in the United States. The good news is, most cardiac events can be prevented through education and lifestyles changes by women. The 1st Annual Women’s Heart to Heart Luncheon aims to help educate women in the community and help bring awareness to cardiovascular health.
The event will feature board-certified cardiologist M. Catalina Aragon Lopez, M.D. with St. Cloud Medical Group, who will help educate the women in attendance as they enjoy a heart-healthy lunch. There will be free health screenings, a silent auction, a selfie station and a RED fashion show featuring local survivors in attire from local shops. Additionally, St. Cloud Fire Rescue is showing their support by participating in the 2018 Hottest Fireman Contest, judged by those in attendance. Women are encouraged to wear red to this event to show their support of the cause.
For more information call 407-891-9771 with any inquires.
About St. Cloud Regional Medical Center:
St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is an 84-bed acute care facility that offers a comprehensive medical support system for both inpatient and outpatient needs. For more than 50 years, the hospital has been committed to serving its community with quality, compassionate care. St. Cloud Regional Medical Center has received the Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission; recognition as one of the nation’s Top Performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission; and Accreditation as a Chest Pain Center from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. For more information about the hospital and its services, visit StCloudRegional.com.
About Osceola Woman Magazine:
The Osceola Woman Magazine has provided women for over ten years with an educational, informational and resourceful publication. Women pick up their copies at their nearest Walgreens locations as well as local health clubs, retail stores, day spas, beauty salons, physicians’ offices, hospitals that are in over a hundred of locations throughout the Osceola County area. Our magazines are about WOMEN, a diverse and economically powerful segment of the population, whose goals are to improve the quality of life for ourselves and those we cherish. Visit www.OsceolaWoman.com.