National Hospital Alliance

Comprising hospitals committed to advancing women’s heart health, the WomenHeart National Hospital Alliance (NHA) is a partnership that seeks to ensure that women heart disease patients in every community have access to information, education, and patient support services.

What is the WomenHeart National Hospital Alliance? - Testimonial

View our current list of NHA members


2021 NHA Conference

WomenHeart hosted its annual National Hospital Alliance (NHA) Conference virtually July 13-14, 2021. All the sessions are now available, including a conversation between CEO Celina Gorre and WomenHeart Champions Lori Ann Wood, Madalyn Adams, and Yesenia Araujo about the challenges of COVID-19; a discussion on maternal health and heart disease with Dr. Sharonne Hayes and others; and a presentation by Dr. Harmony Reynolds about the decline in women’s awareness of heart disease risk. You can see all the presentations here.

2020 NHA Conference

The NHA Conference was held virtually on July 28-29, 2020. Focused on “Quality Care and Support for Women Heart Patients,” the conference featured 17 speakers and presentations on policy, patient support, and the latest in cardiac care. The full conference was recorded and is available with timestamps indicating specific presentations.

NHA Conference July 28

NHA Conference July 29

Become an NHA Member

By joining the NHA, your hospital has access to educational materials and programs developed by the nation’s medical leaders in women’s heart health, and access to the training and technical assistance required to establish and maintain a post-discharge support group for your women heart patients. Partner with WomenHeart to become a leader in your community in women’s heart health.

Benefits of Joining

Annual Membership Dues

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions, please email nationalhospitalalliance@womenheart.org.

 

Notice to those viewing this site:  The National Hospital Alliance program is intended to assist alliance member hospitals in advancing women’s heart health.  The program is not a hospital certification program nor presents any recommendations of hospitals or their care programs.