Lehigh Valley Go Red For Women Luncheon
May 3, 2011
11:00am - 2:00pm
The Arts Quest Center at Steelstacks
101 Founders Way
Bethlehem, PA 18015
American Heart Association's Lehigh Valley Mall Event
February 5, 2011
Lehigh Valley Mall
Go Red For Women Leadership Event
Saucon Valley Country Club
2050 Saucon valley Road, Bethlehem
January, 12 2011
Please join us to help further the Go Red For Women movement in the Lehigh Valley. Go Red For Women is the American Heart Association's national campaign to raise awareness that heart disease is the number one killer of women and women's greatest health threat.
Please RSVP by January 5, 2011 to Jinx Perszyk, Go Red For Women Director, 610-867-0583 x229, or Jinx.Perszyk@heart.org
Introducing our Keynote Speakers
Amy Ahnert, MD
Amy Ahnert, M.D is a native of Spring Valley, N.Y. She graduated from Cornell University with honors and attended medical school at Cornell University Medical College where she graduated with distinction from AOA medical honor society. She completed her internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Cornell Medical Center where she received multiple awards including the Most Distinguished Resident Award for her exemplary all-around service at New York Hospital and the Frederick T. Kirkham Award for her clinical excellence in patient care. After her residency training, she joined the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City as an Instructor in Medicine. She then relocated to the Lehigh Valley where she worked as a Hospitalist for Lehigh Valley Health Network. Amy recently completed her cardiology fellowship at Lehigh Valley Health Network and joined Lehigh Valley Heart Specialists, which has offices in Salisbury Township and Bethlehem. She specializes in non-invasive cardiology, echocoardiography, nuclear cardiology, women's heart health and heart disease in pregnancy. She resides in Bethlehem with her husband and three children.
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