Thursday, Feb. 21, 6 p.m.
Enjoy a free evening hearing patient heart care stories, learning about advances in heart care from our Cardiac Center medical experts, sampling heart-healthy recipes, enjoying music and entering to win prizes.
Judy Clark, WEAU 13 News anchor, will emcee the event.
Mayo Clinic Health System
1221 Whipple St.
Park in the free ramp.
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The Eau Claire River Lights — downtown Eau Claire's signature lit landmark, which is a 526-foot pedestrian bridge in Phoenix Park across the Chippewa River — will be lit in a variety of red hues on Feb. 21 to recognize those impacted by heart disease in the Chippewa Valley.
Get other patients' perspectives about the heart care they have received on the Stories from the Heart page.
View the 2016 and 2017 Her Story, Her Heart videos to hear important heart-healthy messages:
Velda Swensen, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Swenson speaks about her heart journey and what led up to her minimally invasive heart surgery to replace her heart valve. Thomas Carmody, M.D., explains what TAVR is and shares more detail about Swenson's treatment:
Dorothy Ganong, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Ganong shares her journey from shortness of breath, testing, making the decision to have heart surgery and the difference it has made in her life. Robert Wiechmann, M.D., talks about Ganong's transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) surgery, now offered in Eau Claire: