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Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and for women in the United States? One out of every 4 deaths is caused by heart disease. That’s why the IASIS Healthcare medical doctors, nurses and staff are providing you with information to make healthier decisions when it comes to your heart, AND giving away over 200 FREE pedometers and ear buds to get you moving your way to a healthier heart!

Call the toll free line at 1-844-74-HEALTH on the February 19th during the Fox 13 HealthFix InfoThon from 6am-6pm and get your questions answered by IASIS Healthcare medical professionals.

If you have healthcare questions and want to schedule an appointment with a provider, call 1-866-431-WELL. Plus, for non life-threatening emergencies, you can reduce your wait time in the ER waiting room by going to UtahER.com.

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HealthFix is brought to you by IASIS Healthcare**, including:

Davis Hospital and Medical Center – http://www.davishospital.com
Davis Hospital Weber Campus – http://davishospitalroy.com/
Salt Lake Regional Medical Center – http://www.saltlakeregional.com/
South Bangerter Health Center – http://southbangerterhealthcenter.com/
Jordan Valley Medical Center – http://www.jordanvalleymc.com/
Jordan Valley Medical Center – West Valley Campus – http://www.jordanvalleywest.com/

Disclaimer

*Pedometers and ear buds will be given away only to those who call into Health Fix on February 19, 2015. Available while supplies last. Only one per household. No cash value. Must be over 18 years old.
**The IASIS Healthcare and Fox 13 HealthFix Infothon program, and this webpage, provides general information. The information is not complete or comprehensive.
You should not rely on the information from the monthly HealthFix Infothon or this webpage as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or healthcare provider. Nothing contained on this webpage or provided by phone calls during the HealthFix Infothon should be construed nor is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider. If you’re experiencing a healthcare emergency, please call 911 or immediately see your physician.