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Don't miss guest speaker, Dr. Lisa Freed
Tuesday, November 1st 12:15 pm
(SBC) Southport Brewing Company - Milford
The Network of Executive Women is a Milford, CT based organization where women business owners and executives share ideas and promote and support one another's endeavors, accomplishments and goals. The group meets monthly for luncheons plus regular networking and educational events.
Luncheons are held on the first Tuesday of the month. Come and meet with other business women. We'll have an interesting and informative guest speaker or enjoy a networking activity.
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Dr. Lisa Freed, MD, FACC
Director of the Women's Heart and Vascular Program at Yale New Haven Hospital. She is on faculty at Yale Medical School and clinician at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Learn about risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment of women and heart disease. Studies have shown clear differences in diagnosis and outcome of heart attacks between women and men. Come and explore these differences with Dr. Lisa Freed, a practicing cardiologist, Director of the Women’s Heart and Vascular Program at Yale-New Haven Hospital and assistant professor at Yale University Medical School.
Dr. Freed has been in cardiology practice for 17 years in the New Haven area. She attended medical school at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and did her residency at The New York Hospital –Cornell Medical Center She did her fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital-Harvard Medical School. She performed extensive research on mitral valve prolapse at Framingham Heart Study with several publications, notably one in the New England Journal of Medicine. She has a strong clinical interest in Women and Heart Disease and is an active lecturer on issues surrounding women and heart disease