Doylestown Health's popular three-part series features coffee and a health discussion led by experienced Doylestown Health providers. Each program takes place in the VIA Auditorium at The Health and Wellness Center in Warrington, PA. Programs are FREE and registration is recommended.
Join us for coffee, dessert, and lively discussions about the latest health topics on September 19, October 17 and November 14 at 7 pm.
Make Your Wishes Known: Conversations Before the Crisis
Monday, September 19
Advance care planning is deeply personal, and it's important to make your preferences known. Join Veronica Coyne, MD, Betsy Payn, RN, and Steve Day, Jr., Esq., counsel and director of Risk at Doylestown Health, to discuss how to have the important conversation about critical healthcare decisions with loved ones and healthcare providers, as well as changes in care delivery, legality of living wills and healthcare power of attorney.
Breast Cancer Protection: The Latest Mammography Guidelines & Risk Reduction Techniques
Monday, October 17
Confused about the latest mammography guidelines? Interested in simple lifestyle changes that reduce breast cancer risk? Radiologist Michele Kopach, MD, and breast surgeon Donna Angotti, MD, will dispel confusion around the latest breast cancer screening guidelines, discuss breast density and 3-D mammography, and identify the most recent lifestyle, environmental and medical risk factors for breast cancer and how you can reduce your risk.
Don't Ignore the Snore! Sleep Apnea Risks and Treatment
Monday, November 14
Sleep apnea is a common disorder that can disrupt your breathing while you sleep, leading to serious health risks if left untreated. Sleep specialist Les Szekely, MD, will discuss the harmful risk factors associated with sleep apnea and the preventative treatment options that help manage symptoms – and promote a better night's sleep.
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