Heart Man Visits Northwest Hospital to Promote Greater Baltimore Heart
It’s not every day that you see
a giant heart walking around and even taking a turn on the treadmill, but
that’s exactly what happened on a recent afternoon at Northwest Hospital.
Heart Man stopped by to help
get the word out about the 2013 Greater Baltimore Heart Walk. Also known as Ron Cox from the hospital’s
outpatient Rehabilitation Services department, Heart Man posed for pictures
with employees, patients and family members.
He also reminded everyone how
important it is to take part in this year’s walk, either by hoofing it or with
a donation. The money raised at this American Heart Association event provides
funds to save the lives of people who suffer with heart disease and strokes,
the number one and four killers in the United States.
Here’s the scoop about the walk
and how to find out more about the LifeBridge Health
Saturday, October 19
Camden Yards Sports Complex, Baltimore, MD
Lots B & C
Activities begin at
The walk begins at
There is no fee to
walk, but donations are accepted, and walkers are eligible for a Heart Walk
T-shirt if they raise a minimum of $100.
The route is
through the Inner Harbor and is wheelchair and stroller accessible and pet
To find a LifeBridge Health
team to join or to donate to, click on