Learn About Atrial Fibrillation and Heart Rhythms at Free November 14 Event

A professional portrait of Guillermo Sosa-Suarez, M.D.

Guillermo Sosa-Suarez, M.D.

Are you or a loved one living with atrial fibrillation? The condition, which involves a rapid fluttering or quivering of the heart, affects about 2.3 million Americans.

To learn more, please join St. Peter’s Health Partners for a free educational seminar, titled “Atrial Fibrillation: Treatment to Get Your Rhythm Right.”

The event will take place:

Tuesday, November 14
6 to 7:30 p.m.
Mercy Auditorium  – St. Peter’s Hospital campus
310 S. Manning Blvd. (Across the street from the hospital)

The distinguished speaker will be Guillermo Sosa-Suarez, M.D., director of the St. Peter’s Heart Rhythm Center.

At the event, Dr. Sosa-Suarez will discuss reducing risk factors for heart disease, what ablation treatment is an how it affects the rhythms of an individual’s heart, the factors that determine whether ablation treatment is an option for a patient, and the limitations and possible complications of ablation treatment options.

Space is limited and registration is required. Please call 800-432-7876 to reserve a seat.

The program is presented by St. Peter’s Health Partners Cardiac and Vascular Services.

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