News & Events

Added to My Toolbox
Removed from My Toolbox
Added to My Toolbox
Removed from My Toolbox
Feb 27, 2017

Living With Congenital Heart Disease

Join us for a live program to learn about congenital heart disease and resources to help you or a loved one manage the condition.

CardioSmart, the American College of Cardiology's patient education initiative, is hosting a live event for people living with congenital heart disease (CHD), their parents and caregivers on March 16 in Washington, DC.

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with clinicians specializing in CHD and get support from others who are facing similar challenges.

“I am CardioSmart” contest winner Jacob Burris, a 14-year-old CHD advocate, and Jodi Lemacks, national program director for Mended Little Hearts, will talk about their experiences and share helpful resources for patients.

The evening begins with a “meet and greet” reception, which will be followed by dinner and the presentations.

To RSVP for the free event, view the Eventbrite invitation.

Event Details

Living With Congenital Heart Disease

Date and Time:
Thursday, March 16, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Heart House
2400 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20037

Featured Video

Take a look back at CardioSmart's Patient Engagement Pavilion from the ACC's 65th Annual Scientific Session & Expo in 2016.

Infographic: Congenital Heart Defects