CALLOWAY COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - The Kentucky Department for Public Health's Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program will be working with communities to improve chances of survival for stroke and heart attack victims.
DPH, the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services and the American Heart Association will launch the HeartSafe Community Program.
“By taking action, you can help save a life in your community,” said Dr. William Hacker, DPH commissioner. “We are working directly with Kentucky communities to increase access to care, public awareness and the prevention of heart disease."
To become a part of the HeartSafe Community, applicants must review criteria for the program, complete an application and mail or fax the application to DPH.