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Walk With A Doc – Take A Step Toward A Healthier You!

Thursday, Jun 25, 2015

Did you know that walking just 30 minutes per day can reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes?

At Doylestown Health, we are committed to helping our community get healthy and stay healthy. We've joined the national initiative – Walk With A Doc – to help our community take a step towards better health.

Walk with a Doc

Walking Benefits

Walking has also been shown to:

  • Improve blood pressure
  • Help maintain weight
  • Lower risk for obesity

How It Works

Each event will begin with a short health discussion given by a Doylestown Health physician, followed by a 30- to 45-minute walk around the Doylestown Hospital campus. Registration is encouraged for each event.

Who Can Attend

EVERYONE! Bring a friend, a family member or a coworker.

Walk With A Doc is Free

There is no need for special gear, just lace up a pair of your most comfortable shoes and join us for a morning of fitness and fun. Participants will receive a free pedometer and a Walk With A Doc t-shirt!

Get Involved

The monthly program will be offered every third Wednesday at 8 AM. Registration starts at 7:45 AM. Register online or call 215-345-2121 to participate in an upcoming Walk With a Doc.

Register Online

Learn more about Doylestown Health's Richard A. Reif Heart Institute.

This event is sponsored by Doylestown Health's Friends of the Heart Institute, an all-volunteer organization committed to advancing the highest quality cardiac care to patients and their families.

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