We’ve all heard the cliche that men are from Mars, while women are from Venus. That tired old trope is usually trotted out when a man is complaining about not understanding why his wife or his girlfriend is angry with him. But women are different from men on a very real, physical level. That’s especially true when it comes to women’s heart health.
Women’s heart health needs are unique. That’s why Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Hospital – Dallas, Fort Worth, and Waxahatchie is looking at heart and vascular health through a different lens – focusing on the hidden, and not so hidden, signs of heart disease in women. Learn what impacts your heart and the hearts of your loved ones in this interactive chat with panels of expert female physicians on Thursday, February 8, at 6 pm. Grab your girls, get comfy, and take time to have a heart-to-heart.
Pratima Bakshi, MD – internal medicine specialist
Courtney Campbell, MD, PhD – cardio-oncology specialist
Srujana Chakilam, MD – cardiologist
Katharina Fetten, MD – cardiothoracic surgeon
Shelley Hall, MD – advanced heart failure and transplant cardiologist
Anita Krueger, MD – cardiothoracic surgeon
Jessica Meyer, MD – cardiologist
Jessica Shepherd, MD – gynecologist/women’s wellness specialist
Nancy Vish, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, President and Chief Nursing Officer Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Hospital – Dallas, Fort Worth and Waxahachie
To register for this free event, follow this link!