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CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute hosts Heart of Hot Springs Health Fair

Heart of Hot Springs Health FairHOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Aiming to keep hearts healthy in Hot Springs and Southwest Arkansas this Valentine’s Day, the CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute will host a free Heart of Hot Springs health fair for the community on Friday, Feb. 14. Cardiologists with the CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Heart Center will share tips for a heart healthy lifestyle and participate in a panel discussion to answer any questions from the public. Healthcare professionals will provide blood pressure checks and demonstrate an echocardiogram ultrasound of the heart. The Heart of Hot Springs Health Fair will also include refreshments, door prizes and an interactive question and answer segment for all attendees. 

To register for this free event, community members can visit: chistvincent.com/events

WHAT:

Heart of Hot Springs Health Fair

WHEN:

Friday, Feb. 14 from 1-3 p.m. 

WHERE:

CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs Heart Center

200 Heartcenter Lane, Hot Springs

Located on the main CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs campus at 300 Werner Street

WHO:

Free event for members of the community.

Cardiologist Panel with:

About the CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute 

The CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute provides access to Arkansas’ largest and most diverse network of heart specialists with services in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Hot Springs, Searcy, Conway and more than 25 community locations. The Institute is part of the CHI St. Vincent regional health network serving Arkansans since 1888, and part of CommonSpirit Health, a nonprofit Catholic health system. CommonSprit Health is dedicated to advancing health for all people by creating healthier communities, delivering exceptional patient care and ensuring every person has access to quality health care. Learn more at chistvincent.com

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