7th Annual Downtown Dinner Health Series

Join us and give new meaning to “a healthy meal.”

* The 2010 series is now complete, and ticketing is closed.

Hosted at Seven

700 Hennepin Ave., Mpls.

Registration/Mixer 5:30 p.m.
Speaker 6:15 p.m.
Network with the Doctor 7:15 p.m.


Ticket includes dinner and one drink.

Seven: 700 Hennepin Avenue, Mpls. 612-672-9000, 7mpls.com

 — 2010 Sessions —

Tuesday, March 9

Sleepless in Minnesota

Mark W. Mahowald, MD

Is your search for a good night’s sleep turning into a nightmare? Dr. Mahowald, a national expert from the Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center at HCMC, can help the sleep-deprived catch some zzz’s and enjoy a better night’s sleep.

Tuesday, April 13

All the right moves: Caring for your bones and joints

Patrick Yoon, MD

From our head to our toes, bones and joints make it all work. Dr. Patrick Yoon will teach you how to keep your joints healthy today and show you what’s on the horizon – including new replacement joints and implants.


Tuesday, May 11

Women’s Health

Natalie Hayes, MD

Women face many of the same health challenges as men as well as those that are unique to women. National Women’s Health Week empowers women to make their health a top priority. Dr. Hayes will discuss simple steps to help women live a longer, healthier, and happier life.


Tuesday, September 14

Caring for Aging Parents

Abigail P. Holley, MD.

Caring for your family and your aging parents? Dr. Abigail P. Holley, a nationally recognized geriatric researcher and physician will help you understand your changing roles and the impact of memory loss and aging on your loved ones.

Tuesday, October 12

Managing the Medicare Maze

Christie M. Cuttell, MSW
Christine A. Pfeifer MHA, CPC

Do you need Part B to go with your Part A coverage? Maybe Part D for extra prescription coverage or Part C for more security? We’ll help you and your caregivers understand what type of coverage you need and assist you in finding your way through the medicare maze.

Tuesday, November 9

Palliative Care

John Ely, MD.

Come learn how you can help relieve the suffering and improve the quality of life for a friend or loved one with a serious, progressive or terminal illness. Dr. John Ely runs the palliative care service at HCMC. This medical specialty concentrates on relieving pain and treating other symptoms of serious illness while focusing on the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the individual.