February 10, 2018, 6:30 p.m.

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum

Guest Speaker: Dean Ornish, M.D.

Named “One of the 50 Most Influential Members of his Generation” by LIFE magazine. For over 35 years, Dr. Dean Ornish’s series of scientific research studies have been empowering the way millions of people think about the simple lifestyle choices they make each day in dynamic relation to their health & wellbeing. Dr. Dean Ornish is resoundingly recognized as a leader in health, healthcare and medicine.

Marc E. Shelton, MD
President, Prairie cardiovascular

“At Prairie Heart, there is a legacy of cardiac innovation and leadership spanning 35 years that positively impacts patients in our community, throughout the nation and around the world. We are continually providing breakthrough heart care through comprehensive research and revolutionary procedures and practices.
To build on our life-changing reputation, we rely on the generosity of private donors – people who understand the critical value of supporting a resource that makes a lasting difference in our communities.
Thank you for your generous support of our patients and their families. One hundred percent of your contribution to the Prairie Heart Foundation will support local heart and vascular care.”

– Marc E. Shelton, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.E.S.C.
President, Prairie Cardiovascular 

Immediate Past Governor, American College of Cardiology, Illinois Chapter 

President and CEO, Prairie Education and Research Cooperative

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Prairie Cardiovascular is a provider of cardiovascular health care and treatments in multiple locations throughout central Illinois. Our organization provides the best cardiologists in the state, with renowned surgical precision and professional advice on heart-related concerns. We test and medically treat for all common heart symptoms such as chest pains, hypertension, high blood pressure, murmurs, palpitations, high cholesterol, and disease. We have several locations including major cities such as Decatur, Carbondale, O'Fallon, and Springfield.