Marshall Cardiology leads the way for Heart Walk 2016

Marshall Cardiology leads the way for Heart Walk 2016


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has been a long-time sponsor of the American Heart Association’s local Heart Walk held each year in early spring.

The purpose of the walk is to promote walking as part of a healthy lifestyle and raise funds to support cardiovascular research and educational programs for the American Heart Association.

In 2015, Marshall Cardiology expanded participation to all Marshall Health departments to help support this worthy cause. This year, we’re extending invitations to participate to the entire Marshall family, including Marshall Health departments, staff, patients, families and medical students at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.

In addition to participating in the Heart Walk, Marshall Cardiology will also man hydration stations, providing water to all the participants in the walk. Strategically stationed on each side of the park route, our staff not only handed out bottles of water but also lent vocal support to all those walking for such an important cause. Marshall Cardiology believes in education programs and community involvement in promoting heart health.

In addition to Marshall Cardiology, Heart Walk sponsors include St. Mary’s Regional Heart Institute, First Sentry Bank, HIMG, Alcon, Bulldog Creative Services and State Farm, Tyler Bullington, Agent.

2016 Event Details
Saturday, April 16, 2016
Ritter Park, Huntington, W.Va.
9 a.m.                    Registration
9:30 a.m.             Opening Ceremonies
10 a.m.                 Start of Heart Walk

To join the Marshall Cardiology team, go to www.heart.org/huntingtonwalk.


For more information or to schedule an appointment with a cardiologist, contact Marshall Cardiology at 304-691-8500.

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Barry M. Wyant

Barry is the department administrator for Marshall Cardiology, a department of Marshall Health. He has 45 years of experience in health care management and is a member of the Medical Group Management Association, the American College of Cardiology and MedAxiom, the nation’s leading cardiovascular performance community.

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