On Thursday, February 22, 2018, NEA Baptist will be celebrating Heart Day at NEA to promote heart health. The free event will be held at 4802 E. Johnson in the NEA Baptist Clinic lobby from 10 am to 1 pm.
Heart Day at NEA will provide fun, educational and health friendly activities for patients and guests. There will be a variety of free health screenings. Patients can check their cholesterol levels through a cardiovascular disease risk screening. Other services such as blood pressure, BMI, and glucose testing will be offered. Heart healthy snacks will also be provided to visitors. The Heart Day Event mission is to provide the community with heart health education and awareness.
The event is completely free and open to anyone, regardless of where they receive healthcare. Reservations and appointments are not required.
NEA Baptist Health System comprises NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital, NEA Baptist Fowler Family Center for Cancer Care and NEA Baptist Clinic, northeast Arkansas’ largest physician group. The 228-bed hospital offers cancer care, heart care through the Heart Center, labor and delivery services through the hospital’s Women’s Center, as well as a number of inpatient and outpatient services, emergency care, and surgical services including weight loss surgery, neurology, respiratory care, and pulmonary rehabilitation. NEA Baptist Clinic’s over 100 physicians practice in more than 35 specialties and offer a wealth of services, from pediatrics to orthopedic services.
For more information about NEA Baptist, please call 870-936-1000 or 870-936-8000 or visit www.neabaptist.com or www.neabaptistclinic.com.
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