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Telephone Town Hall

Taking care of personal health has never been more important.

Missed the Telephone Town Hall on June 18? You’re in luck! Replay the recording, browse the Q&As, and share this important information with loved ones.

We hope this provides a little peace of mind during the current COVID-19 public health emergency as well as some helpful ways to better protect yourself and the well-being of your family.

Keep calm and six-feet away with a mask if you can.
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Listen. Read. Share.

Enjoy an on-demand, replay audio recording of the Telephone Town Hall, and follow along with the PDF transcripts in English or Spanish.
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COVID-19 Resources

It’s important to be safe, careful and informed during the COVID-19 pandemic – and to keep your physical and mental health in mind.

Frequently asked questions

You asked. Our experts answered.

Coming soon! Check back here for answers to your most popular questions on the Telephone Town Hall.

Stay well by staying informed

House Calls: Real Docs, Real Talk

Replay or join an upcoming chat with AHA staff and medical experts on topics important to our heart and stroke patients. You might be surprised to find that many other people share your joys, frustrations, cares and concerns. Here is the perfect opportunity to learn together.

Streaming Live on Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn. Mondays @ 12pm ET

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Don't Die of Doubt

When an emergency strikes, hospitals are still the safest place – even during a pandemic. Call 911 at the first sign of a heart attack or stroke.

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