UT Health East Texas Offers Free Virtual Seminar on Atrial Fibrillation: New Solution for an Old Problem
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UT Health East Texas Offers Free Virtual Seminar on Atrial Fibrillation: New Solution for an Old Problem


Tyler, Texas (February 3, 2021) — UT Health East Texas is offering a free, virtual seminar at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18. The seminar will feature a presentation on Atrial Fibrillation: New Solutions for an Old Problem by Andrea Cooley, DO, FACOS, board-certified cardiothoracic surgeon from UT Health East Texas Cardiovascular Institute. In this seminar, Dr. Cooley will discuss understanding the impact atrial fibrillation can have on your health, changes atrial fibrillation causes to the inner workings of the heart and new treatment options available.


The seminar is free, and you can register in advance at UTHealthEastTexas.com/seminars to receive an email with the direct link before the presentation starts. When you register, you will also have the opportunity to submit a question in advance through the message box. The presentation will premiere on our Facebook page, Facebook.com/UTHealthEastTexas.


About UT Health East Texas

UT Health East Texas provides care to thousands of patients each year through an extensive regional network that includes 10 hospitals, more than 50 clinics, the Olympic Plaza Tower, 13 regional rehabilitation facilities, two freestanding emergency centers, regional home health services covering 41 counties, an EMS fleet of more than 50 ambulances and four helicopters, and a comprehensive seven-trauma center care network, including the region’s only Level 1 trauma facility.


As a partner with The University of Texas System, UT Health East Texas is uniquely positioned to provide patients with access to leading-edge research and clinical therapies while training and educating the next generation of physicians and other health professionals. The nationally recognized UT System also includes UT MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, as well as three other major university medical centers located throughout the state.

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