Some who have had to receive treatment for an irregular heart rhythm may have had to go to Oklahoma City to receive certain electrophysiology (EP) tests. CCMH is very proud to announce that this technology is now available with the opening of our new catheterization/ EP lab.
Zumba for Heart
CCMH is teaming up with hospitals across the nation and local partners to help spread the message about the unique signs and symptoms of heart attacks in women.
Join us to Zumba for Heart and also learn the Make the call Dance — a catchy, healthy and effective way to remember the warning signs of a heart attack.
The 9-1-1 Make the Call Don't Miss a Beat Celebration is a nationwide movement to make women aware of the seven unique symptoms of a heart attack in women.
Come learn the 9-1-1 dance and enjoy an evening full of fun, and laughter. There will also be refreshments, give-a-ways and a free T-shirt for the first 250 attendees.
The celebration will be Tuesday, February 25 at 6:00 pm, at the Lawton YMCA. Following the dance, stay for Zumba for Heart and dance your way to better health.
Zumba for Heart is offered in partnership with the Lawton YMCA, MMG Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery, and Heart & Vascular Center. For more information about the 9-1-1 Dance, call 585.5406.