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Free Education Dinner on Heart Health is February 1

Free Education Dinner on Heart Health is February 1

Dr. A.K. George to present ways to reduce your risk factors

Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) will offer a free community education dinner Thursday, February 1 from 6 to 7 p.m. at OMC Parkway Center. Dr. A. K. George, Cardiologist, at Ozarks Medical Center Heart Care Services will speak on how to lower your risk factors for heart disease. The dinner is free, but reservations are required and can be made by calling 417-257-6793. OMC is encouraging everyone to attend.

“American Heart Month is an excellent time to make the important decision to do everything you can to reduce your risk factors for heart disease,” said A.K. George, MD, OMC Cardiologist. “Early detection of risk factors and lifestyle changes can reduce your risk. Several opportunities for free screenings will be available in February. Attending the dinner is a great way to get information to help you embark on a healthier lifestyle.”

OMC Heart Care Services, located at 1115 Alaska Avenue, Suite 114, provides complete cardiac care to the community, including open heart surgery, a 24/7 Cardiac Catheterization Lab, diagnostic testing, and Cardiac Rehabilitation program. OMC’s team of cardiology experts includes Interventional Cardiologists Kevin Crowe, MD, and M. Faisal Khan, MD; Cardiologists A.K. George, MD, and Archana Sinha, MD; Cardiothoracic Surgeon William “Andy” McGee, MD; and Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist Jim Streff.

For more information on heart care, contact the OMC Heart Care Services at 417-257-5950. To make reservations to attend the free educational dinner on February 1, call 417-257-6793.

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