South Baldwin Regional Medical Center is seeing Red
Foley, AL (Feb. 6, 2012) - Employees of South Baldwin Regional Medical Center are wearing red in support of the American Heart Association’s National Go Red Day for Women.
According to Rachel Kaiser, Director of Marketing, this is a great way to raise awareness about heart disease among women. “Heart disease is the number one killer of women. In fact, approximately 39 percent of all female deaths are related to some type of cardiovascular disease.”
Through the “Go Red for Women Day,” South Baldwin Regional Medical Center is not only raising awareness about heart disease, but raising funds for research. In the past year South Baldwin Regional Medical Center and its employees have raised over $16,000.
South Baldwin Regional Medical Center is working hard to bring the community the best in heart care. The Heart and Vascular Center at SBRMC is the only Society of Chest Pain Centers Accredited Chest Pain facility in South Alabama. Hospitals that receive the Society of Chest Pain Centers accreditation have achieved a higher level of expertise in dealing with patients who arrive with symptoms of a heart attack.
With a dedicated staff of experienced healthcare professionals and a wide array of inpatient and outpatient services, South Baldwin Regional Medical Center offers the advanced medical care you need, Your Care. Your Trust. Our Passion.