St. John’s Health cardiologist William Mullen, MD, and cardiology nurse practitioner Stephanie Ferris, FNPC-DNP, will present “How to Avoid Seeing a Cardiologist: A Practical Overview for Men and Women” in Jackson on Friday, February 28, 1:00-2:00 pm, at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole, 830 E. Hansen. Their talk will cover diet, other game changers, shoveling snow, and other risks.
“The more people can get educated and understand how outside factors influence their own bodies, the better they can care for themselves,” said Dr. Mullen. “We hope to empower people so that they see us for preventive measures, not on an emergency basis.”
Dr. Mullen is board certified in cardiovascular disease. His professional interests include arrhythmia, heart failure, myocardial infarction, and non-invasive cardiac testing. Board-certified nurse practitioner Stephanie Ferris is passionate about rural healthcare, women’s health, and cardiology. Both are based in Jackson at St. John’s Health.
Dr. Mullen and Ms. Ferris will present their talk in Pinedale on Thursday, March 26, 2020, 6:00–7:00 pm at the Sublette County Public Library, 155 S Tyler Ave. Refreshments will be served.