You DO Matter STEAM TEAM welcomes Dr. Emmett Chapital to Focus on Why a Healthy Heart Matters

Good Morning my name is Jeremiah.

I am 11 yrs old and I attend University View Academy.

It is my pleasure to serve as your moderator for this mornings class.

As we continue to learn more about our health and the health of our love ones we have started a round table discussion with all of my peers.

Each day one of my peers will moderate a discussion and topic which we will learn to advance our health.

This evening our guest will be Dr. Emmet Chapital Junior, a product of New Orleans, Louisiana.

He is an honors graduate of St. Augustine High School, and he then attended Lake Forest College and graduated with honors.

After Forest College, he attended Tulane School of Medicine, where he received a medical degree.

He continued at A.B Freeman School of Business and currently operates his own cardiology clinic. He is Board Certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and nuclear cardiology.

Our Speaker for this afternoon, has lectured nationally and internationally and now he is here with us, I introduce Brother, Doctor Emmett Chapital.

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