Global Heart Hub celebrates reaching 100 AffiliatesGHH_Joanna2023-10-05T13:23:13+01:00
Global Heart Hub celebrates reaching 100 Affiliates!
This World Heart Day, Global Heart Hub reflects on how our patient community has come together to unite and use heart in the fight against cardiovascular disease.
This World Heart Day, Global Heart Hub reflects on
how our patient community has grown!
We are so proud to work with over 100 patient organisations across the globe. This is a huge milestone for our organisation – over 100 Affiliates are now part of Global Heart Hub, joining us on our mission to advocate for the best possible outcomes for people living with heart disease.Our Affiliate reach is now 33 countries – Austria, Australia, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, USA, United Kingdom.
Video messages in English:
Lithuanian Heart Failure Association
Pacientes de Corazón
Heart Club, Nepal
Initiative Herzklappe e.V., Germany
Global Heart Hub
Patient’s Forum of Spanish Heart Foundation
Instituto Lado A Lado Pela Vida, Brazil
Video messages in local languages:
Global Heart Hub (French)
Global Heart Hub (Spanish – LATAM)
Lithuanian Heart Failure Association (Lithuanian)
A special message from Neil Johnson,
Executive Director, Global Heart Hub
“This World Heart Day, I am pleased to reflect on how far Global Heart Hub has come on our journey to unite patient organisations from across the globe and the progress we have made advocating for people living with heart disease.
The Global Heart Hub community reaching 100 Affiliates this year is a huge milestone for us – we are united to “Use Heart” in the fight against cardiovascular disease.
Our work is only beginning – We are so proud to work with patient advocates from across 33 countries in our mission to advocate for the best possible outcomes for people living with heart disease.”
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