Women and Medicine Luncheon

Coconut Telegraph

Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation presented its 6th annual Women & Medicine educational luncheon on March 23 that focused on strokes and comprehensive stroke care at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. SMH physicians Mauricio Concha, MD, Stroke Neurologist and Medical Director of the SMH Stroke Program, Daniel B. Case, MD, Neurointerventional Radiologist, and Chippy Nalluri, MD, FACC, Cardiologist discussed the stroke risks that women face, how to recognize the symptoms and risk factors for stroke and the technologies and treatments that are available. SMH has one of the few Comprehensive Stroke Centers in Florida and is among the top stroke centers in the U.S., performing at the highest level of any in the country. To date, the Healthcare Foundation’s Women & Medicine luncheon program has raised more than $225,000 that has gone toward specific health programs at SMH. This year’s event raised $170,000 that will support Comprehensive Stroke Care at Sarasota Memorial.

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