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Friday, June 22, 2018
CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSLehigh Valley Health Network - Cedar Crest marks Go Red for Women Day Feb. 2. Lehigh Valley Heart Institute team members officially launched the Institute by marking the American Heart Association’s annual Go Red observance by wearing red. The Institute brings together clinicians who collaborate on patient care, research and provider education at the highest level to better Copyright - Photos by JOhn CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSLehigh Valley Health Network - Cedar Crest marks Go Red for Women Day Feb. 2. Lehigh Valley Heart Institute team members officially launched the Institute by marking the American Heart Association’s annual Go Red observance by wearing red. The Institute brings together clinicians who collaborate on patient care, research and provider education at the highest level to better Copyright - Photos by JOhn
Members of Lehigh Valley Health Network - Muhlenberg celebrate Go Red for Women Day. LVHN adopted the institute model in September because it has the necessary infrastructure, programs and partnerships in place to help community members stay healthy and provide the most advanced treatment when needed. Go Red For Women advocates for more research and swifter action for women’s heart health. It Copyright - Photos by JOhn Members of Lehigh Valley Health Network - Muhlenberg celebrate Go Red for Women Day. LVHN adopted the institute model in September because it has the necessary infrastructure, programs and partnerships in place to help community members stay healthy and provide the most advanced treatment when needed. Go Red For Women advocates for more research and swifter action for women’s heart health. It Copyright - Photos by JOhn

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