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Cape Regional’s Diabetes Center to Host Diabetes and Heart Disease Education Session, Feb. 8

Kim Elliott

By Press Release

COURT HOUSE – The Diabetes Center at Cape Regional is hosting their monthly Diabetes Support Group on Thurs., Feb. 8, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. in Classrooms A & B at Cape Regional Medical Center. In recognition of National Heart Month, this month’s education session is on heart disease and diabetes with special guest Kim Elliott, RN, BSN, Supervisor of Cape Regional’s Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Fitness Center.
Everyone is encouraged to attend and admission is free. No registration or RSVP is needed, however, if you have any questions; please call 609-463-2547.
About Cape Regional Health System:
Cape Regional Health System is an integrated healthcare delivery system serving residents and visitors throughout Cape May County. The system includes Cape Regional Medical Center, its flagship hospital, three urgent care facilities, Cape Regional Physicians Associates with over 55 primary care providers and specialists delivering services in 13 locations, the Thomas and Claire Brodesser, Jr., Cancer Center, the Jane Osborne Center for Women’s Health and numerous freestanding outpatient facilities providing wound care, radiology, lab, endoscopy and physical therapy services.
Cape Regional Health System is a Penn Medicine Cancer Network affiliate and a clinical affiliate of Penn Medicine for Cardiac Care, Orthopaedic Care and Vascular Care. Cape Regional Medical Center is accredited by and received the Gold Seal of approval from The Joint Commission.

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