Dixie Regional to host lecture on stroke prevention

ST. GEORGE – Dixie Regional Medical Center’s Active Aging Lecture Series presents: Signs of a Stroke and How to Prevent it. Speaker Kendra Smith will teach how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a stroke and more at 10 a.m. on Feb. 17. The lecture will be held in the Foremaster Auditorium at 1424 E. Foremaster Drive in St. George and there is no charge.

Smith received her nursing education from Dixie State College, Weber State University and her master’s degree in nursing through the University of Phoenix. She has worked for Dixie Regional for 12 years, mostly in the cardiac cath lab. She currently works as a vascular program specialist.  Kendra will describe what you should do to prevent stroke, what to do if you have symptoms, and the causes of stroke.

For more information about the seminar call (435) 251-2222.

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