FREE HEART HEALTH EXAMS OCTOBER 20
The ASE Education & Research Foundation, in partnership with the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, will be providing a FREE one-day cardiovascular screening and diagnostic examination event that will take place across four clinical sites in the greater Morgantown, West Virginia area. Pre-register online or Call 304-598-6767!
Do you or someone you know have any of the following:
Family history of heart disease
Irregular heart rate
Difficulty breathing with activity
Swelling of the legs
Risk factors for heart disease, including hypertension, diabetes, or high cholesterol
Heart disease and want a free second opinion
If so, this is a great opportunity for you to be seen by national cardiology experts from the the ASE Foundation and the WVU Heart & Vascular Institute for FREE cardiovascular screening and diagnostics.
Appointment times may be limited so pre-register now to ensure your preferred location and time.
ASE Foundation and WVU Heart & Vascular Institute CHOICE 2018
Community Health Outreach Imaging with Cardiovascular Examinations
October 20, 2018
At each of the four examination sites, a healthcare team will provide a free health exam, including a point-of-care ultrasound examination under the supervision of the ASE Foundation and WVU Medicine experts. Patients who merit a full ultrasound examination will undergo a comprehensive exam with additional point-of-care tests as needed provided free of cost by the the ASE Foundation team.
Patients with cardiac symptoms or who are interested in a second opinion will be connected to WVU Medicine for further consultation and follow-up care.
HOW TO REGISTER
There are two easy ways to register for your screening.
Simply complete the form and click the submit button. Once we receive your request, a representative from the WVU Heart & Vascular Institute will contact you to confirm your appointment information and provide any further details about the screening.
Register By Phone – Call 304-598-6767
Call 304-598-6767 and leave your information after the message. A representative from the WVU Heart & Vascular Institute will contact you to confirm your appointment information and provide any further details about the screening.
Complete the form below and submit.
Thank you to our many volunteers along with our academic and industry partners who are helping make this possible for the people of West Virginia.
“I volunteered for this event recognizing the high value I place on education and humanitarian efforts, the important mission and proven successes of ASE & ASEF, and the need for improved patient care and education in my own back yard (rural America and the Appalachians).”
Vincent Sorrell, MD, FASE
“The most fulfilling in life for me is to be authentic, purposeful and to be of service to others.” “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others” Gandhi –
Natalie Fauss, RCS
“Volunteering for events like this enable me (a cardiac sonographer) to participate directly in the delivery of medical services to an underserved population. It’s a privilege to be able to be part of making an impact on a life. I’m a richer person for it.”
Carlene McClanahan RDCS
The ASE Foundation
The ASE Foundation is ASE’s charitable arm, helping to assure the viability and visibility of cardiovascular ultrasound. The Foundation was created in 2003 to fund initiatives, like scholarships and guidelines-based projects, not supported by membership dues. The scope and success of these projects are completely dependent on donor giving. Each year, we look to ASE members, the greater community of health care providers, corporate and industry partners, and other foundations to secure the funding needed to realize these goals. The ASE Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Our tax I.D. number is 43-1972597. For more information visit www.asefoundation.org.
THE WVU HEART AND VASCULAR INSTITUTE
Led by Vinay Badhwar, MD, FACS, FACC, and some of the most respected cardiac surgeons, cardiologists, interventional radiologists, cardiac electrophysiologists, and vascular surgeons, the heart and vascular programs of West Virginia University and WVU Medicine are among the best in the United States. Considered national experts in their field, our physicians are an integrated team that works closely together to bring the most state-of-the-art therapies to patients from West Virginia and the surrounding region.
ABOUT THE DIVISION OF CARDIOLOGY
The WVU Heart and Vascular Institute’s Cardiology Division is led by Partho Sengupta, M.D., Chief of the division of Cardiology in the Heart and Vascular Institute and in the WVU School of Medicine Department of Medicine, and Director of Cardiovascular Imaging and Chair of the Center for Innovation at the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute. The Cardiology faculty and fellows at the WVU Heart & Vascular Institute represent a very accessible resource in clinical medicine, teaching, scientific knowledge and basic and applied research. Our highly-skilled and dedicated faculty provide expertise in every aspect of cardiac care, ranging from standard procedures such as outpatient consultation, echocardiography, and angiography to advanced clinical research into heart failure, preventive cardiology, and radio-frequency ablation. Our cardiologists offer comprehensive evaluation and management of diseases of the heart and circulatory system and work with primary care physicians to ensure coordinated, continuous care.
ABOUT WVU MEDICINE
WVU Medicine unites the clinical and research faculty of the West Virginia University Health Sciences Center with the hospitals, clinics, and health professionals of the West Virginia University Health System. Together, they are a national leader in patient safety and quality, and are unified and driven by a passion to provide the most advanced healthcare possible to the people of West Virginia and beyond. WVU Medicine includes the physicians, specialists, and sub-specialists of the West Virginia University School of Medicine; the affiliated schools of the WVU Health Sciences Center; four community hospitals; three critical access hospitals; and a children’s hospital, all anchored by a 690-bed academic medical center that offers tertiary and quaternary care. three critical access hospitals; and a children’s hospital, all anchored by a 690-bed academic medical center that offers tertiary and quaternary care.