Learn how to protect your heart, July 23

Jennersville Regional Hospital’s Dinner With The Doctor series features cardiac specialist

Nicholas Skiadas, M.D.

Dr. Nicholas Skiadas, M.D.

WEST GROVE  Your heart is one of the most important organs you have, and it needs protection.  The good news is you can ward off damage to your heart.

Members of the community are invited to learn some practical steps for safeguarding their hearts and reducing their risk of heart disease as Cardiologist Nicholas Skiadas, M.D. presents Protecting Your Heart on Tuesday, July 23, 6 p.m. in the Hospital cafeteria.  Part of Jennersville Regional Hospital’s ongoing series called Dinner with the Doctor, this presentation is offered free of charge to those who call in advance to register.

An independent member of the Medical Staff at Jennersville Regional Hospital, Dr. Skiadas earned his Bachelor of Science in biophysics at John Hopkins University and attended Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University.   He completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Hahnemann University Hospital (now Drexel University College of Medicine) followed by a Cardiovascular Fellowship at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire.  Dr. Skiadas grew up in the area, attending Unionville Middle School and Tower Hill School in Wilmington, Delaware.  Board certified, Dr. Skiadas has an office in West Grove on the campus of Jennersville Regional Hospital and can be reached at 610-869-1730.

To attend, call 610-869-1223 or email your name, address and telephone number to teresa_rougeaux@chs.net.  Dinner is served starting at 6 p.m. with the lecture starting shortly after.  Seating is limited.

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