A representative from Mended Hearts will be at Floyd Medical Center’s Stuenkel Conference Center on the first floor of the hospital Thursday, Oct. 25 at 5:30 p.m. to talk about the program to interested participants.
Mended Hearts is a national organization that helps heart disease patients and their families through visiting programs, support group meetings and educational forums. The organization has over 300 local chapters and satellites and partners with 460 hospitals and rehabilitation clinics.
Mended Hearts groups help people understand their heart disease diagnosis, educate and encourage patients and families before, during and after treatment and serve as a support group. Members listen, share their experiences and volunteer to talk to other patients and their families about the medical, personal and social questions and issues that are often accompany a heart disease diagnosis.
Individuals interested in the Mended Hearts program should contact Amy Astin, director of Volunteer Services, at 706.509.5109 or by email at email@example.com.
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