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What we believe


We believe that peer support is essential for coping through the hard times and to live your best life during the good times. At hearts4heart, we provide over the phone support and connect patients through our monthly Heart Buddy meetings and through our social media community. At our meetings we invite guest speakers that include cardiologists, cardiac nurses, cardiac technicians, dieticians and more.


We believe that it is essential for heart patients and the public receive evidence-based education that supports early diagnoses, treatment to therapies and self-management. Through our awareness campaigns we hope people recognise symptoms early to reduce preventable strokes and deaths.


We believe that patients should have timely access to treatment no matter where you are, when you need it. Our role is to advocate in health care for patients, survivors and caregivers so that people are diagnosed early and have timely access to therapies.

Join our community

Our Heart Buddy Program offers patients and their families a place where they can find connection with others who share similar experiences. Through this program, we foster meaningful catchups, arrange engaging guest speakers, guided meditations and more. Stay up to date with the latest news and events by joining our social media community.

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Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week
(February 26 - March 3)

Described as the next cardiac epidemic, heart valve disease (HVD) affects more than half a million Australians, yet public awareness remains low. In fact, an estimated 250,000 Australians are unaware that they are living with the condition and this number is expected to grow significantly.

If left untreated, HVD can damage the heart’s valves, leading to heart failure, stroke, and arrhythmia (an irregular heartbeat).

Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week creates an opportunity to encourage crucial conversations about the importance of recognising the risks and symptoms specific to HVD and
encouraging people at risk of HVD, including those age 65 and older, and anyone experiencing symptoms, to speak with their GP about getting their heart checked.


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News And Events

  • hearts4heart, January 5, 2024

    Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (February 26 – March 3)

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  • hearts4heart, September 13, 2023

    Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Week – 18-24 September

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  • hearts4heart, June 8, 2023

    Heart Failure Awareness Week (19 – 25 June, 2023)

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  • hearts4heart, February 10, 2023

    A webinar on heart valve disease and how to manage it

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  • hearts4heart, February 10, 2023

    Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week (February 20 -26)

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  • hearts4heart, September 14, 2022

    AF Awareness Week

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