The Consortium for Southeastern Hypertension Control is a nonprofit (501c3) organization created in 1992 to improve the disproportionate hypertension-related morbidity and mortality throughout the region. The southeastern region with the largest ethnic minority component has the highest prevalence of hypertension and hypertension-related complications. From the initial six charter members, COSEHC has grown to include a wide variety of members, connecting academic physicians, primary care clinicians, public health officials, allied health personnel and health care consumers. The Consortium promotes scientifically based research and educational activities and offers an ideal translational research network through its CV Centers of Excellence.
Membership is open to any individual concerned about hypertension in the Southeastern United States. Members have the option of subscribing to COSEHC's official journal, the American Journal of the Medical Sciences along with their COSEHC membership. Annual meetings are held bringing together members and nonmembers.
Membership is free! So join COSEHC today! To register, please fill out the form below.