New Cardiovascular Horizons presents 10th annual conference in Baton Rouge

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If you’re a medical professional looking for a continuing education opportunity, then you’ll be delighted to know New Cardiovascular Horizons’ tenth annual conference is right around the corner.

The accredited conference will focus on a wide range of topics and is open to doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, and others in the medical field who want to learn about the latest state of the art technoligies and advancements in diabetes treatment, blood pressure management, stroke management, and weight management, just to name a few.

What: New Cardiovascular Horizons Baton Rouge Conference
When: Saturday, January 11
Where: Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel
Early Bird Registration: $25 now through January 6th online at ncvh.org/Click Baton Rouge on the map
Day of registration: $50 at the door, 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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Cardiovascular Institute of the South was founded in 1983 by Dr. Craig Walker, who first established the company as a one-physician practice in Houma, Louisiana. Driven by a desire to serve and heal people in his community, Dr. Walker envisioned CIS as a leader in the development of new techniques and technologies in the treatment of both coronary and peripheral artery diseases.

Today, CIS continues to grow and expand to multiple locations striving to make the most advanced cardiovascular care accessible to a wide spectrum of communities across Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi. We believe that our unwavering dedication to the CIS mission of providing the highest quality cardiovascular care has truly been the cornerstone of this successful growth.

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