Walk with a Doc
Take a step towards heart health with Dr. Alison Bailey
Join us for a 30-minute group walk led by Dr. Alison Bailey, Director of Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation for Erlanger Health System. It’s a great chance to get active, meet new friends, and learn about heart health.
All walks are free and open to the public. So invite your friends and family! There’s no need to register. Just meet at Walnut Street Bridge (Walnut Street Side), weather permitting.
Walnut Street Bridge ( Walnut Street side)
14 (Wednesday) - 7AM
28 (Wednesday) - 7AM
12 (Wednesday) - 7AM
26 (Wednesday) - 7AM
According to the American Heart Association, walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can:Why
- Reduce your risk of coronary heart disease
- Improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels
- Elevate your mood
- Reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer, and diabetes
And it’s a great chance to learn other ways to improve your heart health from a specialist in preventive cardiology!
Join Dr. Bailey and other people looking to improve their health at Erlanger’s next Walk with a Doc event.
Alison Bailey, MD is a noninvasive cardiologist with UT Erlanger Cardiology. She worked at the Gill Heart Institute with an emphasis in cardiovascular education, serving as the Associate Program Director for the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship as well as establishing the Cardiac Rehabilitation program in 2009. Currently, she directs the Cardiovascular Diseases Fellowship Program and continues her work in cardiovascular education and prevention. Her clinical interests include heart failure, sports cardiology, and the general prevention of cardiovascular disease. She is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease and Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology as well as Echocardiography.