August 16, 2016
Candice Belcourt, Sports and Recreation Program Coordinator
Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016
Riverfront Park | Clock Tower
Festivities begin at 9:00 a.m.
Miracle Mile Walk begins at 10:00 a.m.
Past and present heart and stroke patients of
St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute
will once again gather in Riverfront Park to raise awareness and funds for the
American Heart Association (AHA
). St. Luke's Recreational Therapy and Stroke Support Group join others in celebrating the accomplishments of survivors while remembering there is still much work to be done to save lives from America's No. 1 and No. 5 killers: cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Regional leader in stroke and cardiac rehabilitation, St. Luke's supports the road to recovery with individualized therapies, education, support and prevention plans. St. Luke's understands that strokes can happen to anyone and is the state's largest Level I Trauma Rehabilitation Hospital for patients of all ages with comprehensive inpatient care. With its AACVPR Pulmonary & Cardiac Certification, St. Luke's outpatient cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation program offers residents comprehensive, medically-monitored exercise and education. Each program inspires patients to learn how to exercise safely and prevent another cardiac event.
The American Heart Association is the largest voluntary health organization dedicated to defeating heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases with the mission is to build healthier lives.
The walk is free. Bring your energy, passions and stories of lifestyle changes. Please join us this year!
To register, please visit
. You can also learn more about the services available at St. Luke's by visiting