Meridian Health



At Meridian, you are more than just a number.

Meridian CardioVascular Network is committed to helping you take control of your health and live heart healthy all year long. With special events, educational programs, healthy tips and recipes, 365 Days of Heart offers you access to important prevention, wellness and risk-assessment information from our heart-health experts.

Now is the time to do something for YOU!

Fashion & Fun That's Full of Heart.
Meridian Women's Heart Connection presented The Heart Truth campaign's Red Dress Collection, featuring designer dresses fresh off the runway from New York's Spring 2014 Fashion Week. Guests enjoyed a heart-healthy menu, door prizes, and giveaways. Most important, they learned how to live a heart-healthy lifestyle. A portion of the proceeds benefited the Meridian CardioVascular Network. View photos here!

womensheartfund Women's Heart Fund Spring Luncheon

The mission of the Women’s Heart Fund is to educate people in Monmouth and Ocean counties about the importance of heart health and to raise funds for heart programs, services, and technology at Meridian Health. Thank you for joining us at the Navesink Country Club for our Spring Luncheon to benefit the CardioVascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.    



Whether you are a competitive runner or just focused on your health, the Heart & Sole Cup is a fun way to stay on the road to a healthy lifestyle.

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cookingwithheart The program will feature an overview on heart disease, risk factors, and treatment options as well as a cooking demonstration, food samples, and cooking tips.
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Joyful Heart Tea
Learn how to keep your heart healthy while enjoying tea and healthy delights.
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What You Learn Can Save Your Life.
AngioScreen® is a revolutionary new heart and vascular health screening being offered by Meridian Health. In 15 minutes, this simple, non-invasive screening will provide you with information about your risk for heart disease and stroke.
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