Indian consulate in Chicago conducts an awareness program on Heart health

A Heart Health Awareness and Community ‘Saving Lives’ Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation program was organized by the Indian Consulate in Chicago on Dec. 15 for the benefit of Indian Americans.

Indian consulate in Chicago conducts an awareness program on Heart health
Photos from the event Credits — The Indian Panaroma

A Heart Health Awareness and Community ‘Saving Lives’ Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation program was organized by the Indian Consulate in Chicago on Dec. 15 for the benefit of Indian Americans.

The program which focused on the Indian-American community was jointly developed by Dr. Vemuri S. Murthy, chairman of the Board of the Chicago Medical Society and founder of the Chicago Medical Society Community Bystander CPR project “SMILE” (Saving More Illinois Lives through Education), in association with Dr. Srinivas Ramaka, an eminent cardiologist from Telangana, India.