Paris Community Hospital/Family Medical Center welcomes the community to attend its fifth annual “Wear Red Luncheon” on Friday, February 2, at noon, at Café France in Paris.

All community women are invited to bring their sisters, daughters, coworkers, and friends to the event. Attendees are encouraged to wear red and join PCH/FMC as it supports the fight against heart disease. Feel free to come and go as your lunch period allows.

Dr. Tony Nasser, cardiologist with Providence Medical Group in Terre Haute, will be the featured speaker. His presentation, titled “Wine, Women, and Heart Disease,” will discuss the importance of understanding your blood pressure numbers, the benefits of wine, and smoking cessation.

Dr. Nasser has been seeing patients regularly in Paris since February 2014. As a cardiologist, he specializes in treating conditions of the heart, including cardiovascular disease, congestive heart failure, and arrhythmias (irregular heartbeats).

Dr. Nasser earned his medical degree, performed his residency, and completed a cardiology fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. He then completed an interventional cardiology fellowship at St. Vincent Hospital, also in Indianapolis. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, vascular medicine, and interventional cardiology.

The lunch cost is $20 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the Paris Community Hospital registration desk. For more information, call Leighsa Cornwell at 217-466-4228.


  • Occurred Friday, February 9th, 2018 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm


Paris Community Hospital Family Medical Center

721 E. Court St.
Paris, IL


Leighsa Cornwell

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