Healthy Heart Valves – Living Life to the Fullest


Thanks for joining us! Here’s a recording of our 2022 Healthy Heart Valves event:

Although heart valve disease affects as many as 11 million Americans, many people have never heard of it. Heart valve disease is estimated to affect 1 in 10 people ages 75+, and age is the greatest risk factor. Unfortunately, symptoms are often dismissed as a “normal” part of aging. It’s crucial that you recognize specific risks and symptoms. 

Date & Time

Saturday, February 19th | 11:30 am – 1:15 pm CST


Midland Hills Country Club | Roseville, MN
2001 Fulham Street, Roseville, MN 55113

Event Details

Learn more about:

  • The public health epidemic of heart valve disease
  • The latest in heart valve disease research and treatments
  • Inspiring stories of life after heart valve disease treatment


  • Free lunch buffet & Exhibits
  • Hear from leading physicians and researchers
  • Celebrate patient stories
  • Q&A with leading heart valve disease experts


    Paul Sorajja, MD

    Director of the Center for Valve and Structural Heart Disease, Cardiologist | Minneapolis Heart Institute®

    Role: Host/Moderator


    Vinnie Bapat, MD

    Chair, Cardiothoracic Surgery | Minneapolis Heart Institute

    Role: Presenter 

    Bilal Murad, MD

    Interventional Cardiologist | United Heart & Vascular Clinic®

    Role: Presenter



    Contact us: or 612-863-3625

    Note: If you are unable to join us in-person, please know that a recording of the event will be made available afterwards via email and online

    Thank you to our Sponsors & Exhibitors!


    About Us The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation® (MHIF) aims to create a world without heart and vascular disease. Our efforts are focused on improving the cardiovascular health of individuals and communities through innovative research and education. This bold vision fuels efforts to investigate new protocols and treatments designed to save lives. Research findings and expertise are disseminated through our professional and community education programs. Learn more about MHIF’s education work by clicking the button below.