Tweetcap: Taking a beat to recognize American #HeartMonth

February is American Heart Health month and health care professionals across the country are spreading the word about the importance of keeping your heart marching to a healthy beat. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Permanente medical teams have found innovative ways to continue providing high-quality care to patients with heart conditions and raise awareness in the communities we serve.

Permanente physician leaders Richard Isaacs, MD, and Nancy Gin, MD, showed their support and shared some valuable information for Heart Month and Wear Red Day …

… as did other Permanente physicians, who showed off their red from the past and present …

… and plenty of health care professionals from outside Kaiser Permanente raised awareness with family — young, old, and four-legged — by their side …

… a number of campaigns are in full swing to help provide information and tell stories around heart disease …

… and our Permanente Medical Groups are feeling the heart health spirit this February as well …

… thank you to all the Permanente physicians, clinicians, nurses, and medical teams who look out for the heart health of our patients and members every day.

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute has several ideas for how you can get involved in American Heart Month here.