The next in the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation and Rotary Botany Bay series on better health and better health outcomes is scheduled for this coming Thursday night and the subject is one of growing importance – living and learning about cardiac disease.
It will be presented by James McVeigh, a Prince of Wales Hospital nurse practitioner in the heart failure service area. James was the first cardiac authorised nurse practitioner in NSW and his presentation on this important subject will be well worthwhile. We all know that having a healthy life and making sure you don’t get diabetes, or taking care of your diabetes if you do have it, can go a long way in protecting your heart. And, protecting your heart means protecting your life. James is keen to hear and answer questions after his presentation, which begins at 6pm Thursday, October 20.
The location is the Edmund Blacket building at Prince of Wales Hospital. Tat’s the old stone building on Avoca Street. Light refreshments will be provided for those attending. You can book by calling the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation on 9382 4261 or email firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com. The lectures and presentations that the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation and Rotary Botany Bay have organised in the past (and this is the fifth) have been extremely beneficial to those who have attended with positive health outcomes.