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NIHD presents Healthy Lifestyle Talk with Cardiologist Dr. Christopher Rowan this Thursday

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NIHD presents Healthy Lifestyle Talk with Cardiologist Dr. Christopher Rowan this Thursday

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Northern Inyo Healthcare District (NIHD) is excited to announce its next Healthy Lifestyle Talk featuring Dr. Christopher Rowan, MD, FACC, a renowned cardiologist serving the District. The talk will take place this Thursday, Feb. 22, at 5:30 p.m. and will focus on the new Cardiology Services now available at NIHD.

Dr. Rowan, who resides in Reno, Nev., has been practicing Cardiology for almost a decade. Despite the distance, his passion for flying allows him to serve NIHD patients several days each month. His expertise and dedication to patient care make him a valuable addition to the NIHD team.

NIHD will host the talk live on Zoom and YouTube.com, providing an opportunity for the communities to learn about the new Cardiology Services and ask questions directly to Dr. Rowan. For those unable to join live, the talk will be made available within 24 hours on NIHD’s YouTube channel.

“We are thrilled to have Dr. Rowan join us for this informative talk,” said NIHD Chief Medical Officer Dr. Adam Hawkins, who will serve as the talk’s host. “His insights into Cardiology and the new services available at NIHD will be invaluable to our communities. We encourage everyone to tune in and learn how these services can benefit them or their loved ones.”

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Dorianne Denson-Jacobs
Dorianne Denson-Jacobs
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1 month ago

Dr Rowan saved my life. He is very professional, answers all my questions throughly and listens to me. I would like to know where his practice moved to.

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