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Classes & Events
12th Annual Electrophysiology & Heart Failure Symposium
    A patient presenting to the provider with symptomatic heart failure and/or arrhythmias can be a challenge to diagnose and treat. It is often difficult to distinguish whether heart failure or arrhythmias precipitated the symptoms. This conference will explore multiple aspects in the workup and management of these patients and provide guidelines and new information that are not commonly appreciated by the medical community.
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Programs
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Adult Swim Lessons
    Learn to swim or improve your stroke.
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Blood Pressure / Sugar / Cholesterol Screenings
    Screenings are scheduled throughout the Greater Hartford area.
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Connecticut Quitline 1-866-END-HABIT
    Free telephone-based program providing information, counseling, referrals and support.
Counseling and Stress Management Service - Individual Counseling
    One-to-one counseling with a health psychologist for people struggling with psychological issues related to a medical illness.
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Hot Yoga
    A challenging sequence of deeply held postures in am 80+ degree room.
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Pilates Classes
    Conditioning program that combines many elements
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Smoking Cessation for Cancer Patients and Their Family Members
    Cancer Program sponsored by the Helen & Harry Gray Center.
Stress Management for Cardiac Patients - A 6-Week Group
    Recommended for cardiac patients interested in improving their skills to manage stress and is facilitated by a counselor from Hartford Hospital’s Behavioral Cardiology Program.
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Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Program
    Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) is a procedure for select patients with severe symptomatic aortic stenosis (narrowing of the aortic valve opening) who are not candidates for traditional open chest surgery or are high-risk operable candidates.
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