The Tri County Go Red For Women Luncheon is set for Friday, November 1st at the West Hills Country Club, 121 Golf Links Road, Middletown, NY.
Please join us at the Go Red For Women Luncheon at 10:15 a.m. for our morning educational session, “At the Heart of the Matter: Keeping Yours Healthy,” sponsored by ColumbiaDoctors of the Hudson Valley. Luncheon program follows at 11:45 a.m.
Register today: www.heart.org/tricountygoredluncheon.
Dr. Ainat Beniaminovitz Dr. Judy Lin
Please join Dr. Ainat Beniaminovitz and Dr. Judy Lin of ColumbiaDoctors of the Hudson Valley “in the office” for an insightful and lively physician/patient role play, highlighting the risks for coronary heart disease. Learn what you can do to prevent or modify your risks. Learn how risk factors and symptoms differ between women and men. Learn about preventive maintenance for your heart. Dr. Ainat and Dr. Lin are committed to improving the health of women through education, prevention and treatment.
Dr. Beniaminovitz is a board-certified cardiologist and a fellow of the American College of Cardiology. At ColumbiaDoctors she is a full time clinical cardiologist with a particular interest in heart failure and women’s health. Dr. Lin is a board-certified internist whose practice concentrates in women’s health, multi-systemic illnesses, preventive healthcare, emotional health, and connecting patients with community resources.
This is a session you don’t want to miss! Your heart will say “thank you.”
For more information or to purchase tickets please visit www.heart.org/tricountygoredluncheon.
When you lend support to the Go Red For Women cause, you help inspire women to make choices that protect their hearts by adopting or improving heart-healthy habits. This event is also a wonderful opportunity to help fund women’s heart research and education.
Today, Make It Your Mission to fight heart disease in women. Visit the Go Red For Women Luncheon online at www.heart.org/tricountygoredluncheon and then tell 5 women you want them to live, and we can help stop heart disease in our lifetime.