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Straight to the Heart

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A Night to Benefit the Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Advanced Heart Failure Program

Kelly C. McCants, M.D., medical director and advanced heart failure cardiologist, invites you to an evening of fine dining and spirits on the river to benefit the Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Advanced Heart Failure Program.

Levee at the River House • 3015 River Road • Louisville, Kentucky
Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019 • 6 p.m.

Purchase Tickets

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Advanced Heart Failure Program. Please complete the form below to purchase individual tickets or a table for six, or for assistance, call (502) 629-8061. All tickets purchased are tax deductible.

Make a Donation

Consider making a donation to support this lifesaving program. When you make a donation, be sure to select “Norton Heart & Vascular Institute” in the “Designation” drop-down menu. All donations made are tax deductible.

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