Heart-Healthy Happenings
Heart and Vascular Classes, Events, Sceenings, and Support Groups

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Boise | Meridian | Twin Falls

Boise

Free Seminar: How Pregnancy Predicts Your Future Health Presented by Dr. Stacy Seyb, Maternal Fetal Medicine
Geared toward any women who has ever been pregnant, or plans to be, this seminar covers how your pregnancy affects your health many years down the road. Dr. Seyb, a specialist in high-risk pregnancy care, talks about how conditions such as high blood pressure or gestational diabetes during pregnancy can indicate your future risk of heart disease and other health issues…and what you can do about it.
Thursday, February 12, 6 p.m.
St. Luke's Boise, 190 E. Bannock Street
South Tower, 5th Floor, Ada 3 Room

Registration is recommended. Register online or call (208) 381-9000.

Free Seminar: Diet & Exercise Tricks for Busy Lives Presented by Dr. Lyndon Box, Cardiologist
Too busy to exercise? Too tired to cook? Dr. Box shares his tricks and tips to help you fit healthy habits into your schedule. It’s not as hard as you might think. Even though he’s a busy cardiologist and dad of three, Dr. Box makes time to train for and compete in triathlons, not only for his health but for the challenge and how great it makes him feel. But you don’t have to be a triathlete to reap the benefits!
Thursday, February 19, 6 p.m.
St. Luke's Boise, 190 E. Bannock Street
South Tower, 5th Floor, Ada 3 Room

Registration is recommended. Register online or call (208) 381-9000.

Meridian

Free Seminar: Women, Heart Disease and Stroke Presented by Dr. Kristin Linzmeyer, Cardiologist
Heart disease and stroke kill more women than all cancers combined. Dr. Linzmeyer will talk about your potential risks, how to protect your health, how women’s signs and symptoms can be different from men’s, and more.
Monday, February 2, 6 p.m.
St. Luke’s Meridian, 520 S. Eagle Road
Lemhi/Blackfoot/Paiute Rooms

Registration is recommended. Register online or call (208) 381-9000.

$20 Cardiac Risk Assessment Thursday, February 5, 7-9 a.m.
St. Luke’s Heart Health and Rehabilitation Center
3525 E. Louise Drive, Suite 500, Meadowlake Office Building

Registration is required. Learn more.

Free Cooking Class: The Mediterranean Diet This class is full.

Presented by Dr. Jennifer Shalz, Medical Director; Pat Lara, Program Director; Betty Trounson, Registered Dietitian; and Charmin Aschenbrenner, Registered Dietitian, all of St. Luke’s Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Program
This healthy lifestyle focuses on fresh fruits and veggies, seafood and lean protein, and fats like nuts, avocados, and olive oil. But it’s not just about the food—it’s also about the joy of preparing and sharing food with family and friends.
Thursday, February 5, 6 p.m.
St. Luke’s Heart Health and Rehabilitation Center
3525 E. Louise Drive, Suite 500, Meadowlake Office Building

Registration is recommended. Register online or call (208) 381-9000.

$20 Cardiac Risk Assessment Thursday, February 12, 7-9 a.m.
St. Luke’s Heart Health and Rehabilitation Center
3525 E. Louise Drive, Suite 500, Meadowlake Office Building

Registration is required. Learn more.

Free Cooking Class: The Mediterranean Diet

This class is full.

Presented by Dr. Jennifer Shalz, Medical Director; Pat Lara, Program Director; Betty Trounson, Registered Dietitian; and Charmin Aschenbrenner, Registered Dietitian, all of St. Luke’s Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Program
This healthy lifestyle focuses on fresh fruits and veggies, seafood and lean protein, and fats like nuts, avocados, and olive oil. But it’s not just about the food—it’s also about the joy of preparing and sharing food with family and friends.
Tuesday, February 17, 6 p.m.
St. Luke’s Heart Health and Rehabilitation Center
3525 E. Louise Drive, Suite 500, Meadowlake Office Building

Registration is recommended. Register online or call (208) 381-9000.

Free Seminar: Exercise is Medicine Presented by Pat Lara, Director of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
If the benefits of exercise were in a pill, it would be prescribed more than all other medicines combined. Learn how doctors are prescribing strength, cardiovascular, flexibility, and balance exercise designed for each individual, and how you can put this knowledge to use for your own best health.
Thursday, February 26, 6 p.m.
St. Luke’s Heart Health and Rehabilitation Center
3525 E. Louise Drive, Suite 500, Meadowlake Office Building

Registration is recommended. Register online or call (208) 381-9000.

Twin Falls

Free Seminar: Nutrition in Prevention & Wellness Presented by Dr. Reed Harris, Cardiologist
Thursday, February 5, 6 p.m.
St. Luke’s Magic Valley, Oak Rooms (lower level)

Pre-registration is recommended; RSVP at (208) 814-0095.

Free Seminar: Iron Chef of Cardiology Presented by Dr. David Kemp, Cardiologist
Wednesday, February 11, 6 p.m.
St. Luke’s Magic Valley, Oak Rooms (lower level)

Pre-registration is recommended; RSVP at (208) 814-0095.

Free Seminar: Mini Medical School: Understanding Heart Failure and Coronary Artery Disease Presented by Dr. Mark Crandall, Cardiologist
Thursday, February 19, 6 p.m.
S t. Luke’s Magic Valley, Oak Rooms (lower level)

Pre-registration is recommended; RSVP at (208) 814-0095.

Free Seminar: Genetics and Coronary Artery Disease Presented by Dr. Daniel Brown, Cardiologist
Thursday, February 26, 6 p.m.
St. Luke’s Magic Valley, Oak Rooms (lower level)

Pre-registration is recommended; RSVP at (208) 814-0095.

Ongoing Events

Cardiac Support Group

Cardiac Risk Assessment

Chef's Cooking Demo

Heartsaver First Aid Class


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