Foothills Hospital

Foothills Hospital

Foothills Medical Centre (FMC) is the largest hospital in Alberta and is located in the city of Calgary . It is one of Canadas most recognized medical facilities as well as one of the leading hospitals in Canada, providing advanced healthcare services to over two million people from Calgary, North Western United States, Southern Alberta, southeastern British Columbia and southern Saskatchewan. Wikipedia

Foothills Hospital

Foothills Medical Centre (FMC) is the largest hospital in Alberta and is located in the city of Calgary . It is one of Canadas most recognized medical facilities as well as one of the leading hospitals in Canada, providing advanced healthcare services to over two million people from Calgary, North Western United States, Southern Alberta, southeastern British Columbia and southern Saskatchewan. Wikipedia

Sep 30, 3:12 PM

Recognizing and Treating Heart Valve Disease - Free Health Lecture Its a troubling fact that, for some people, aortic or mitral valve disease progresses very slowly, so that the symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness and palpitations are barely noticeable. Or, you can have no symptoms at all. But left untreated, aortic or mitral valve disease can have serious and potentially fatal complications, including heart failure. Come hear Dr. Srinivas Iyengar, a board-certified cardiologist who is fellowship trained in cardiovascular medicine and interventional cardiology, describe the risks, symptoms and diagnosis of aortic and mitral valve disease. Then learn about medications that can ease the symptoms, as well as the latest surgical treatments, including Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) a new minimally invasive procedure for treating severe aortic stenosis. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: bchlectures.org/HVD 303-415-4212 #mitralvalve #aorticvalve

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Sep 27, 5:53 PM

Therapy dog Julie Dimeff (mom is Diane), enjoys the day at the annual Canine Corps picnic.

Sep 27, 5:53 PM

Thank you to our incredible BCH Canine Corps enjoying some well-deserved time off at their annual picnic a few weeks ago. These volunteer therapy dogs and their owners bring so much joy and healing to the patients and staff at Boulder Community Health.