‘Go Red For Women’ and awareness


Pleasant Valley Hospital recently recognized “Go Red For Women” during “National Wear Red Day” to support awareness of heart disease and stroke and how they affect women. Staff members, including those with PVH’s auxiliary of volunteers, all dressed in red to show their support for the cause. PVH has grown to include cardiology services through its partnership with Marshall Health and Cabell Huntington Hospital.


Pleasant Valley Hospital recently recognized “Go Red For Women” during “National Wear Red Day” to support awareness of heart disease and stroke and how they affect women. Staff members, including those with PVH’s auxiliary of volunteers, all dressed in red to show their support for the cause. PVH has grown to include cardiology services through its partnership with Marshall Health and Cabell Huntington Hospital.

Pleasant Valley Hospital recently recognized “Go Red For Women” during “National Wear Red Day” to support awareness of heart disease and stroke and how they affect women. Staff members, including those with PVH’s auxiliary of volunteers, all dressed in red to show their support for the cause. PVH has grown to include cardiology services through its partnership with Marshall Health and Cabell Huntington Hospital.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_2.9-PPR-GO-Red.jpgPleasant Valley Hospital recently recognized “Go Red For Women” during “National Wear Red Day” to support awareness of heart disease and stroke and how they affect women. Staff members, including those with PVH’s auxiliary of volunteers, all dressed in red to show their support for the cause. PVH has grown to include cardiology services through its partnership with Marshall Health and Cabell Huntington Hospital.
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