Belton Regional Medical Center
February 13, 2017

WHO: Belton Regional Medical Center

WHAT: Ninth Annual Go Red/Ladies’ Night Out 

WHEN: Doors open at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017

5:30 - 6:30 p.m. hors d’oeuvres and refreshments; heart-healthy exhibits

6:30 p.m. Women’s Heart Program, including “Physician Feud,” directed by Dr. Elizabeth Dang, M.D. renowned Cardiologist

WHERE: Memorial Station, 602 Mauer Parkway, Belton, Missouri 64012

COST: Free. Reservations required by calling (816) 348-1420 by Friday, Feb. 17, 2017

WHY: February is National Heart Month and a time to talk seriously about women and heart disease, which with more than 500,000 deaths annually is the #1 killer of women. One woman dies of heart disease every minute; women of all ages are at risk, with nearly 9,000 women under 45 years of age suffering a heart attack each year. More women die of heart disease each year than all types of cancer plus other diseases combined, more than 11 times that of breast cancer.

Belton Regional Medical Center—part of HCA Midwest Health, Kansas City’s leading healthcare and heart care provider—will host the 9thth Annual Go Red/Ladies’ Night Out. Dr. Elizabeth Dang, M.D., Cardiologist at Belton Regional Medical Center and a renowned subject matter expert on women’s heart health, will be master of ceremonies for program focused on women’s heart health that will feature some of the area’s leading physicians and heart experts:  Dr. Doug Bradley M.D., BRMC Chief Medical Officer; Dr. Heather Savedra, M.D., Internal Medicine Physician; Dr. Logan Kratt, M.D., Family Practice Physician; Dr. Timothy Blackburn, M.D. Cardiologist; Dr. Stefanie Shustek, M.D. Emergency Medicine Physician; and Dr. Carrie Totta M.D., Cardiologist.

Known for its community-based patient care for more than 30 years, Belton Regional Medical Center is an advocate for women’s heart health, and hosts Go Red/Ladies’ Night Out as an educational opportunity for women to learn about their risks, heart attack prevention, and how to lead a heart-healthy lifestyle. The event is free and open to adult women within the Belton, Raymore, Peculiar, and Grandview communities. Venue is provided by Belton Parks & Recreation.

“Belton Regional Medical Center is committed to helping the women in our communities join in the fight against heart disease by taking those first steps toward living a heart-healthy lifestyle,” says Todd Krass, Chief Executive Officer, Belton Regional Medical Center. “We are proud to offer this forum, headlined by Dr. Dang, with Dr. Bradley, Dr. Savedra, Dr. Kratt, Dr. Blackburn, Dr. Shustek and Dr. Totta participating. It’s part of the service we provide the community to promote its health and well-being.”

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