WellSpan Health’s Stephanie Andreozzi to chair 2024 Lancaster and Lebanon Go Red for Women Luncheon

Stephanie Andreozzi, vice president of operations for the primary care service line of WellSpan Health, will serve as the chairwoman of the 2024 Lancaster and Lebanon Go Red for Women® Luncheon.

Andreozzi has been with WellSpan for 30 years. Prior to her role in primary care, she led all cardiovascular care at WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon, where she worked with the American Heart Association to achieve recognition for outstanding cardiac and stroke care through Get With The Guidelines. She has served on the American Heart Association’s local board of directors for several terms, and is a past Lebanon Heart Ball committee member, and past Lebanon Heart Walk chair. She is a cardiac survivor, having successfully navigated a rare arrhythmia with her care team, and is passionate about improving the health of our communities.

The Go Red for Women movement is a comprehensive platform designed more than two decades ago to increase women’s heart health awareness and serve as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally. According to the American Heart Association, a global force for healthier lives for all, cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in women, claiming more lives than all cancers combined. Nearly 45% of women over age 20 are living with some form of CVD[1]. Go Red for Women is a global movement with impact across the United States and in more than 50 countries around the world.

This year’s Lancaster and Lebanon Go Red for Women Luncheon will take place on Friday, June 21 at 10:30 a.m. at Brick Gables in Lititz. For more information or to reserve a seat, visit heart.org/lancastergrfw.

Go Red for Women is nationally sponsored by CVS Health. The Lancaster and Lebanon Go Red for Women Luncheon is presented locally by WellSpan Health with additional support from UPMC and UPMC Health Plan, Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health, Fulton Bank, CMSI, Chicco USA and Artsana USA and other local companies.


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