Heart Month activities with an International Flair

Heart_Month_Bundle_0120_EmailAll around the world you’ll find people with unique personalities, passions and talents – each of them with a heart that they could not live without. Hennepin Healthcare has a month full of free, heart-healthy activities planned to celebrate these multi-chambered organs responsible for love – and life itself! Check out our exciting schedule and discover a way to treat your heart – and mind – this February.

Learn Hands-Only CPR and Save Lives
Wednesday, February 5
12pm to 1pm | HCMC Red Building, 2nd-floor skyway, public seating area
No mouth-to-mouth assisted breathing needed for this type of CPR! Learn this simple, life-saving technique from our Hennepin EMS team. Every second counts!

National Wear Red Day
Friday, February 7

Hennepin Healthcare is going red! Wear red on the first Friday in February to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease and save lives. Email photos of your group wearing red to events@hcmed.org.

Two Daves with Heart: David Fine, MD on Healthy Matters with David Hilden, MD
Sunday, February 9, 7am to 8 am | WCCO-AM Radio (Listen LIVE)
Tune in to hear cardiologist David Fine, MD kick off National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week and hear how this essential intervention following a heart attack, cardiac surgery or other heart issue helps patients regain strength and confidence.

Quigong with Acupuncturist Steve Compton
Wednesday, February 12,
12pm to 1pm
Clinic & Specialty Center | M. Stillman Education and Community Center

Qigong is a mind-body-spirit practice with origins in China that improves mental and physical health by integrating posture, movement, breathing technique, self-massage, sound, and focused intent. Join Steve Compton as he leads a Shibashi (18 Harmonizing Movements) Qigong class – great for beginners! Register early – class may fill up. RSVP

Zumba with Patient Services Coordinator Deanne Flomo
Thursday, February 13, 12pm to 1pm
Clinic & Specialty Center | M. Stillman Education and Community Center
Zumba, developed in Colombia, is a fitness program that combines Latin music with dance moves. Join Deanne Flomo for this “dance party” and get your heart moving! Register early – class may fill up. RSVP

Food is Medicine with Certified Executive Chef Antonio Sanchez and Registered Dietitian Elizabeth Rosenstein
Thursday, February 20, 12pm to 1pm
Clinic & Specialty Center | M. Stillman Education and Community Center

Eating heart-healthy can be flavorful! Learn how to prepare heart-healthy meals and get cooking tips from Certified Executive Chef Antonio Sanchez and Registered Dietitian Elizabeth Rosenstein. RSVP

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) with Physician Assistant Natalie Ikeman
Friday, February 21,
12pm to 1pm
Clinic & Specialty Center | M. Stillman Education and Community Center
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a form of timed cardiovascular high-intensity exercises with short periods of active recovery. Natalie Ikeman will teach this HIIT class using bodyweight only and modifications will be provided for all fitness levels. RSVP

Yoga with Cardiology Physician Assistant Jill Jordan
Wednesday, February 26, 12pm to 1pm
Clinic & Specialty Center | M. Stillman Education and Community Center

Yoga is a mind and body practice with origins in India more than 5,000 years ago. Join Jill Jordan as she leads a yoga class combining physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. No mat required. Register early – class may fill up. RSVP

The Hennepin Heart Center provides comprehensive care for your heart by specialists in all areas of cardiovascular medicine. Caring for common cardiovascular problems such as blocked arteries and abnormal rhythms, we also evaluate and manage heart failure as well as complex heart and arterial disease.

Dr. David Hilden elected Vice President of Medical Affairs

Hilden, David#012Dr. David Hilden has been selected by his peers to represent the medical staff at Hennepin Healthcare in filling the role Vice President of Medical Affairs (VPMA). This role was formerly held by Dr. John Cumming who stepped down and is now as interim CEO.

The Physician Leadership and Development Committee recommended candidates for the VPMA role to the Medical Executive Committee, who selected Dr. Hilden. He was confirmed by the Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc. (HHS) Board Executive Committee on June 28, 2019.

“There is no place I would rather practice medicine than Hennepin and I am humbled to represent a medical staff of incredibly talented and committed colleagues,” said Dr. Hilden. “I hope to follow previous physician leaders in fostering collegiality, purpose, and most of all a collective sense of joy in our professional lives.  I’m eager to get started!” Continue reading “Dr. David Hilden elected Vice President of Medical Affairs”

Visit HCMC at the Fair!

State Fair 2013

Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC), Minnesota’s first Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, is excited to be at the great Minnesota get-together on the following dates this year:

Friday, August 23 – staff from HCMC’s Adult and Pediatric Burn Center will participate in the Governor’s Annual Fire Prevention Day in Carousel Park from 7 a.m.  until 6 p.m.  Burn care professionals will be on hand to offer injury prevention tips , answer questions about burn care, and give away prizes.

Sunday, August 25 –  Dr. David Hilden, host of the Healthy Matters radio program heard every Sunday morning at 7:30 AM on WCCO Radio, will be answering questions from the audience live at the fair. Join Dr. Hilden and co-host Denny Long from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the WCCO booth  located on Carnes Ave. between Nelson and Underwood Streets.

Sunday, September 1 – Healthy Matters with Dr. David Hilden will be at the WCCO Radio booth again for a live broadcast!  Meet Bernie the Rescue Dog and staff from HCMC’s Level I Pediatric Trauma Center from 7-9 a.m. Prizes will be given away to the first 100 visitors to the WCCO Radio booth beginning at 7 a.m. From 7:30-8:30 a.m. please join our live audience where Dr. Hilden will answer your health-related questions. The WCCO Radio booth is located on Carnes Ave. between Nelson and Underwood Streets.

Daily at the Fair  –  Make a difference every time you turn off your cell phone before getting behind the wheel.  Take the “I Just Wish”  pledge and be eligible to win a gas card.  Sign up at the KSTC-45 tent on Carnes Ave.

What’s going on in there? Radiologist talks about imaging at HCMC

Radiologist Dr. Tony Severt talks about the latest in imaging services available at Hennepin County Medical Center — including the new Whittier Imaging Center in South Minneapolis — offering routine head, neck, spine, pelvic, fetal and musculoskeletal imaging, minor interventional radiology procedures, and vein care.

Listen to the entire Dec. 18 podcast with Dr. Tony Severt, and join Dr. David Hilden every Sunday morning at 7:30 AM on WCCO Radio AM 830 and WLTE FM 102.9 for Healthy Matters! 

Healthy Matters — at the Fair!

Dr. Hilden describes a scene from “The Grapes of Wrath” before answering questions about gastroenteritis, back and neck pain, esophagitis, tennis elbow and other general health questions at the Minnesota State Fair.

Listen to the 8/28/11 Healthy Matters podcast from the Fair, and join Dr. Hilden LIVE from the Fair on Sunday, 9/4/11 when Dr. Hilden answers your health-related questions on another Open Lines show.