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Go Red for Women

Go Red logoLowell General Hospital has partnered with the American Heart Association to promote the Go Red for Women Campaign. Lowell General Hospital offers many heart-health awareness programs and initiatives throughout the year, including...

  • The "Brown Bag Goes Red" is an education presentation and speaker series that provides the knowledge and tools women need to make better decisions about their own heart-health and the heart-health of their families.
  • The "Go Red Gallery" is a unique traveling photo exhibit of women in our community who have an emotionally compelling story to tell of courage, endurance and the road to a healthier life.
  • The Go Red for Women: BetterU Nutrition and Fitness Program is a FREE 12-week online course that can makeover your heart. Each week will focus on a different area of your health and provide step-by-step guidance. You'll have access to everything from daily expert tips and an online journal to downloadable BetterMe coaching tool.

Contact Kathy Laferriere, RN, BSN, CCRN, a cardiac nurse and educator with more than 28 years of experience at Lowell General Hospital, via email or at (978) 788-7125 to learn more about the above opportunities and how you can bring them right to your workplace! Hear more about these programs and about heart disease from Kathy herself, featured in this American Heart Association video.

Listen to a couple of local women featured in American Heart Association videos:

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