Date: January 23, 2016 @ 1:00 pm – @ 1:00 pm
Location: Foster City Recreation Center, Mist Room 650 Shell Blvd, Foster City, CA 94404
Heart attack remains a leading cause of death in US and worldwide. Heart attack can result in critical reduction of blood and oxygen supply to heart for an extended period, which can cause irreversible heart muscle damage or death. It is important to control or eliminate the risk factors of heart attack. Also, it is critical to recognize the symptoms of a possible heart attack and take the appropriate action.
From this seminar, you will gain a better understanding of this disease, which is your first step to fully embracing self-care. Dr. Lin will teach you some tips to help you develop an effective self-care plan.
About Dr. Lin
Dr. Ling was raised in a family of doctors, having started practice in 1992. Prior to coming to US, she worked as an attending physician for over 6 years at Peking Union Medical College Hospital in Beijing, the best hospital in China and accumulated much experience from the world-known experts in different fields. Dr. Ling is a board-certified physician in US, Primary Care Physician. She finished USMLE exams with scores of 99% and finished her residency in New York. Before start of her own clinic in Burlingame, she worked as a staff physician at Asian Health Services in Oakland, CA. In addition to her medical training, Dr. Ling received her Ph.D in Pharmaceutical Sciences with GPA of 4.0 and received Pfizer Recognition Award and Johnson & Johnson Standards of Leadership Award, for her work on Clinical Trials in the fields of diabetes, oncology, etc. Her expertise in drug mechanisms and drug-drug interactions means that she can provide patients with the best personalized care, and the best medicine combination with minimal side effects. Even with years of experience, she always takes her time to give the best care for each individual patient. Her clinic address: 1828 El Camino Real #405, Burlingame, CA 94010. Her website: DrJennyLing.com
Registration Requirement: Free
Organizers: CABS Social Life Committee and Silicon Valley Sichuan University Alumni Association (SVSUAA)