hidden Bryant University Physician Assistant Program, Class of 2022 Shares How They Are Staying Healthy At Home Preparing for the 2020 VIRTUAL #SNEHeartWalk

Bryant University Physician Assistant Program, Class of 2022 Shares How They Are Staying Healthy At Home Preparing for the 2020 VIRTUAL #SNEHeartWalk

With the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic keeping more Americans at home,  the Bryant University Physician Assistant Program Class of 2022 has taken their pledge to keep their hearts and minds healthy during these stressful times.  As part of their fundraising efforts for the 2020 Southern New England & South Coast Heart Walk the students have

hidden COVID-19: The Impact on Communities of Color

COVID-19: The Impact on Communities of Color

Updated May 29, 2020 Long before the coronavirus impacted how we live, work, and play, systemic challenges contributed to disparities that impede some people from living long, healthy lives. Your ZIP code should not determine how long you live, but it does. Social factors, which are shaped by the distribution of money, power, and resources,

hidden The Southern New England American Heart Association Invites the Community to Help Show Gratitude to the Front-Line Workers Battling COVID-19

The Southern New England American Heart Association Invites the Community to Help Show Gratitude to the Front-Line Workers Battling COVID-19

Join the Southern New England American Heart Association in showing our gratitude to medical personnel, first responders and essential workers as they work towards keeping our communities healthy and safe.  During this challenging time, the Southern New England American Heart Association invites the public to express their gratitude for the front-line heroes protecting our community

hidden RI Advocates Bring Fight Against Tobacco and Nicotine Addiction to State House

RI Advocates Bring Fight Against Tobacco and Nicotine Addiction to State House

On February 26, nearly 100 advocates from across Rhode Island descended on the State House to participate in our Tobacco-Free Generation Advocacy Day – an event that the American Heart Association co-hosted with the American Lung Association, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network and Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. As part of the day’s activities, advocates

hidden Southern New England American Heart Association Pleased to Announce 2020 SNE Heart Walk Chair

Southern New England American Heart Association Pleased to Announce 2020 SNE Heart Walk Chair

CEO and Chairman, Landmark Medical Center and The Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island, to serve as 2020 Southern New England Heart Walk Chair PROVIDENCE, RI, March 3rd, 2020 – The American Heart Association (AHA), the largest voluntary health organization fighting heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases, announces Michael R. Souza, CEO and Chairman, Landmark Medical

hidden 2020 Southern New England Go Red for Women Luncheon Highlights

2020 Southern New England Go Red for Women Luncheon Highlights

More than 700 guests attended the Southern New England Go Red for Women Luncheon at the Rhode Island Convention Center. The event was chaired by Lisa Abbott, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Community Affairs, for a consecutive year. Emceed by award-winning journalist from WJAR NBC, Alison Bologna, guests were welcomed to the celebration

hidden Meet the Incredible Women of the Southern New England American Heart Association Heart2Heart Storytellers Class of 2020

Meet the Incredible Women of the Southern New England American Heart Association Heart2Heart Storytellers Class of 2020

The American Heart Association of Southern New England (AHA) is pleased to introduce the Heart2Heart Storytellers Class of 2020. The Heart2Heart Storytellers feature the stories of several local women across Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts, who have experienced heart disease and stroke, and are courageously sharing their journey to help other women. Each of these

hidden Sammi Skates Rhode Island Red

Sammi Skates Rhode Island Red

9-year-old Survivor Spreads Heart Awareness on Ice Born with a congenital heart defect, Sammi Fagan spent most of her formative years in and out of the hospital. Fortunately, as she grew bigger, her heart got stronger. Now, she’s paying it forward and raising dollars and awareness so other families don’t face the same struggles her

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Sammi Skates Red for American Heart Association

Local Hockey Teams are hitting the ice with The Southern New England American Heart Association this January and February for Go Red for Women. Inspired by 9 year old heart survivor, Sammi Fagan, will Skate Rhode Island Red to raise awareness and funds for life saving research against heart disease- the No. 1 Killer in Women. Join