WomenHeart SC is a support network for female heart disease survivors. It is different than awareness campaigns because it is an on the ground, volunteer driven support group that provides a way to heal emotionally after a cardiac event. The group serves as advocates and educators about heart disease, the number one killer of women, and is open to all women who suffer from the disease.
Providence is proud to be the only hospital in South Carolina to partner with WomenHeart Columbia chapter and its champion, Christine Gallagher.
We invite you to join WomenHeart Columbia. It's free and it will help you stay connected to other women who share similar challenges.
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, July 14th - every 2nd Tuesday of the month
2001 Laurel Street, Columbia
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
To learn more, call 803-256-5381 or 877-256-5381 & visit us on Facebook at WomenHeart SC.
Mended Hearts is a national non-profit organization made up of nearly 18,000 individuals in 300 chapters nationwide who share their stories by volunteering their time to visit patients in the hospital. Volunteers are all past heart patients looking to connect, answer questions and provide comfort for current heart patients dealing with the same situation.
Chapter #189, also known as the Providence Heartbeat, has grown to more than 110 members since it began in 1998. Members volunteer seven days a week and reached 13,316 visits in 2011. Their goal is to ensure that every heart patient at Providence Hospital is visited at least once by at least one volunteer.
Tuesday, July 21st - every 3rd Tuesday of the month
6:00 - 7:30 pm
2701 Laurel Street, Classroom 3, Columbia (Providence Health Education Center)
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Providence was named the Hospital of the Year for 2011 by the National Mended Hearts organization in part for the 13,316 visits that volunteers made to patients that year.
For a copy of "The Providence Beat," including a full list of this year's meetings and the monthly speaker information for Mended Hearts, click here.