Park Ridge Health to provide free presentation about blood pressure

From the press release from Park Ridge Health:

Hendersonville, N.C. (June 20, 2012) – “What is high blood pressure?” “Why do I have it?” and “How can I decrease my blood pressure?” are some of the questions that will be addressed at the upcoming free presentation, “Got Blood Pressure?” at Park Ridge Health. The event will take place on Thursday, July 12, from 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. in the Duke Room at Park Ridge Health.

The interactive presentation will cover simple ways to manage blood pressure and how to create an action plan to decrease problematic high blood pressure. Attendees are welcome to bring lunch from the Park Ridge Café, which is located across from the Duke Room. Space is limited for this free event, so reservations are required by calling 855.PRH.LIFE (855.774.5433) by July 11.

About Park Ridge Health:
Park Ridge Health was built by Henderson County residents, and more than 100 years later is a beloved piece of our growing community’s health care network, providing quality, compassionate care in a Christian environment. In 1986, Park Ridge Health partnered with Adventist Health System, joining a family of more than 43 exceptional not-for-profit community hospitals across the country. Leading the way in many medical firsts for the region – including state-of-the-art surgery suites, a boutique baby delivery experience and North Carolina’s first 64-slice CT scanner in 2006 – Park Ridge Health provides personalized care throughout the region, offering a network of nearly 80 family and specialty physicians, nationally recognized cancer services, full-service orthopedic care and the only accredited hyperbaric medicine facility in Western North Carolina. For more information about Park Ridge Health or to find a physician, please visit or call 855.PRH.LIFE (855.774.5433).


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