Go Redding 2019

go redding luncheon

2019 Go Redding Luncheon

February 1, 11AM – 1:30PM

11am to 12pm • Health & Beauty Boutique
12pm to 1:30 pm • Luncheon & Presentation

Holiday Inn, Redding

Join us for education, entertainment and an afternoon of women’s heart health awareness. Enjoy our “Red Boutique” featuring spa services and local specialty retailers. You’ll be greeted with a champagne welcome and every guest leaves with our special Go Red tote filled with items chosen with pampering in mind. This event sells out every year! Grab your friends and purchase your tickets today!

Keynote Speaker is Dr. Sunny Bhatia, Chief Medical Officer of Prime Healthcare and Dr. Mohamed Khan, Cardiovascular Center, will share stories and advice on women’s heart health.

Special Guest Speaker, Dr. Mohamed Khan, Cardiovascular Center

Your heart health is in your hands.

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Dr. Sunny Bhatia

Keynote Speaker: Sunny Bhatia, MD, MMM, FACC, FSCAI

Chief Medical Officer of Prime Healthcare, Division I

Dr. Bhatia is an interventional cardiologist and he is quadruple board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Nuclear Cardiology, and Interventional Cardiology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology as well as the Society for Cardiac Angiography and Interventions. Dr. Bhatia has authored numerous publications in notable peer-reviewed journals and presented his research at national and international conferences. Dr. Bhatia is also involved in many charitable causes including the World Children’s Initiative and the Uganda Heart Project, which provides cardiac care for children with congenital heart disease.

Dr. Mohamed KhanSpecial Guest Speaker: Mohamed Khan

Dr. Khan participated in several national and international research and clinical trials. He was among the first in the nation to use many of today’s advanced technologies such as laser and silver hawk atherectomy, vascular closure devices and carotid artery stenting. Dr. Khan was involved in the landmark carotid artery stent trials and continues to proctor physicians nationwide in carotid artery stenting. He has numerous publications to his credit in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Khan’s proudest accomplishment, however, came in 1991 when he founded a free medical clinic in honor of his mother. The clinic is now affiliated with UC Davis Medical Center, and he was recently recognized by the university for his humanitarianism.