Get Moving This Heart Month at a Special Walk With a Doc Event
Doylestown Health’s Friends of the Heart Institute are partnering with the Cornerstone Clubs to offer the community cooking demonstrations, light exercise and advice for living heart-healthy this February.
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the United States. American Heart Month shines a light on the importance of taking steps to live heart-healthy through lifestyle changes and preventative care.
Doylestown Health’s popular walking program, Walk With A Doc, is partnering with the Cornerstone Clubs and Sodexo to offer an interactive, fun heart-health event for the community this February.
Walk With A Doc – Special Heart Month Event
Take a step toward a healthier you! Join Doylestown Health cardiologists and clinicians for a special Walk With A Doc event, featuring:
- Cooking demonstrations
- Health screenings and wellness information
- Light exercise led by a Cornerstone Clubs fitness instructor
- A health discussion presented by cardiologist George Wiemann, MD
- Heart-healthy breakfast foods
- Giveaways and more
Attendees will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with Doylestown Health clinicians, get moving with an exercise session led by Cornerstone Clubs and participate in free health screenings, including blood pressure, cholesterol, BMI and stroke risk assessments. The event also features heart-healthy breakfast samples prepared by Sodexo and free giveaways.
When: Saturday, February 20, 9 to 11 am
Where: The Event Center by Cornerstone, 46 N. Sugan Rd, New Hope, PA
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