The Southern New England Heart Walk is coming for the first time to Dartmouth, MA! They are offering a new "heart and survivors" walk route in addition to the 3.5-mile route!

The dean of local community health awareness, Dr. Michael Rocha, cardiologist, appeared on the Phil Paleologos Morning Show to talk about the upcoming event. Corporations, businesses, family and friends form teams to help raise awareness in the fight against Heart Disease and Stroke. Often not connected to a company's fundraising efforts, many Community Teams raise money in honor or memory of a loved one.

Register at!
DARTMOUTH UMD “Satellite Location”: Saturday, May 21, 2016
285 Old Westport Road, Dartmouth, MA
Registration/Festivities: 8 AM
Official Start: 9 AM Distance: 2 or 3.5 Mile Route, Rain or Shine

Goals: Recruit more than 9,000 walkers and raise $750,000 for cardiovascular research and education while raising awareness of the importance of physical activity and healthy nutrition for all Americans. Honor and tribute those affected by heart disease and stroke.

Results: The Southern New England Heart Walk raises money to fund research and advocate for health and save lives. American Heart Association investments have helped to bring “heart milestones” such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), microsurgery, heart valve replacement, coronary bypass surgery, the pacemaker and drug treatments for high blood pressure and congestive heart failure and many others.

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