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What’s the Key to Your Heart? 

High Point Regional wants to hear what you are doing to live a heart healthy life! Your idea could win you the grand prize worth over $1,000! Simply tell us what you are doing to live a healthier life. You can submit your idea via mail, email or Facebook. Fifty entries will be randomly selected to receive an invitation to, and try a key at, our Key to Your Heart Celebration on February 27 that could unlock the grand prize package worth over $1,000! 

Be sure to include your phone number and email address on your entry. You can submit the “Key to Your Heart” via mail, send an email to info@hprhs.com, on our Facebook page or you can submit your idea in person at one of the campaign boxes located in the hospital lobbies and at the fitness centers.   Deadline for Key to Your Heart submissions is Friday, February 21, 2014.

Download a Key to Your Heart flier.


Heart Health Community Seminars

High Point Regional is also hosting four heart health seminars in the community this month.   To register for these events, call the Contact Center at 336-878-6888.

How to Care for Your Aging Heart
How much do you know about cardiac disease prevention and management for our aging population? This is a free health education program designed for seniors to increase awareness about preventative guidelines, symptom recognition and management, medications, blood pressure monitoring, diet and lifestyle enhancements. A heart healthy lunch will be provided.
Thursday, February 13
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Pennybyrn at Maryfield
Heart Disease: Differences in Men and Women
Did you know the symptoms of a heart attack are different for women and men? Do you know what steps you can do to help reduce your risk? This free health education program provides you with information to help prevent heart disease. A heart healthy lunch will be provided.
Wednesday, February 5
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Hartley YMCA
150 W. Hartley Drive, High Point
Exercise and Your Heart
Exercise has many positive effects on heart health. A regular exercise routine can help:lower blood pressure; lessen risk of developing diabetes; maintain healthy body weight; and reduce inflammation throughout the bodyJoin us for this free education program to learn more heart healthy information. A heart healthy lunch will be provided.
Wednesday, February 19
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Ragsdale YMCA
900 Bonner Drive, Jamestown
Concerning Women Series:  Don’t Miss A Beat – Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Heart Disease in Women
A woman suffers a heart attack every 90 seconds in the United States. Yet only about half would call 911 if they thought they were having a heart attack and most women do not even recognize their unique symptoms of heart trouble.  Join Kurt Daniel, DO, FACC, to learn valuable information on women’s risk factors for cardiovascular disease, tips for leading a healthier lifestyle and how to recognize the unique signs of heart attack and stroke in women.
Tuesday, February 18
6:30 p.m.
Millis Regional Health
Education Center
600 N. Elm Street, High Point
Mending Your Heart:  Heart Health with Steven Rohrbeck, MD
Join us for an insightful discussion on how you can improve your heart health and live a longer, healthier life.
The Fitness Center at High Point Regional
601 N. Elm Street, High Point
Friday, February 21

To register for these events, call the Contact Center at (336) 878-6888.