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Your Name, Degrees Licenses: Margie Latrella, RN, MSN, FNP-BC|
Your Business Name (if applicable): Heartstrong, LLC
Business Organization? Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, LLC or Corporation (C or S)?: Heartstrong is an LLC
Why did you choose this type of organization? For tax purposes because an LLC's income and losses go on your personal tax returns similiar to a partnership but with the added benefit of limited liability (generally your personal assets can't be touched in a lawsuit or to cover a liability) but an Inc. is taxed as a corporation and then again on your personal tax returns if you distribute the profits (double taxation).
Please describe in detail your business/services you provide: Heartstrong is an educational and consulting business specializing in cardiovascular disease and prevention. Our services include community and professional seminars, and educational products/publications. Seminar topics include: nutrition, weight loss, exercise/fitness, stress relief, risk factors, diagnosis and management of heart disease/stroke/heart failure in women, alternative therapy in the treatment and prevention of heart disease. We can discuss special requests on other health and wellness topics and will customize programs for individual groups. We Want to Help People Live a Longer Healthier Life!
Street Address: 6-05 Saddle River Road #353
City: Fair Lawn
State/Province, (and country if not USA): NJ
Zip Code: 07410
E-mail Address: Margie@heart-strong.com
Homepage Address: www.heart-strong.com
Type of business categories would you would like to be listed: Programs, Community Health, Consulting, Continuing Education, Education, Nursing Education, Nurse Owned Business, Preventive Health, Health Products, Health Promotion
Keywords, Phrases that describe your business, experience, services: The more you list the better. Heart, Stroke, Prevention, Exercise, Fitness, Nutrition, Women, Stress, Wellness, Health, Education, Consulting, Seminars, Lectures, Presentations, Heart Attack, Risk Factors, Metabolic Syndrome
Contact person(s): Margie Latrella
Phone number: 888-343-2780 (extension 101)
In what date (month/year) did you start your business? June 2008
What Attracted You To The Field of Nursing? Desire to help people (treat and prevent disease).
What is your experience and background in Nursing?: I have almost 20 years of experience in nursing, including Critical Care, Cardiac Surgery, CCU, Nuclear Medicine-Special Procedures, 9 years as a nurse practitioner in a private cardiology practice and presently in a Women's Heart Center.
How did you hear about the Nursefriendly, NursingEntrepreneurs.com?: Surfing the Web
The year were you first licensed as a nurse? 1989
Professional organizations you belong to:
What made you decide to start your own business? The focus of healthcare in the United States is presently on disease treatment and this needs to change to disease PREVENTION. There are very few services offered to assist with steps to aid in disease prevention.
How many times have you changed employers in your career? 3 full-time employers with a few second jobs on the side.
What specific qualities and traits do you feel make nurses especially qualified to operate a business? Motivation, Educational Background, Critical Thinking Skills, Problems Solving, Teaching Abilities.
Do you currently practice as a nurse? If yes in what type of setting? Yes, out-patient services.
Your most pressing concerns with the profession and healthcare: Inability of people to obtain appropriate health care services. Lack of education to prevent disease (focus on disease treatment).
Nurse Practitioners Publish Women's Heart Book, February 2009:"Women work, clean, cook, take care of children, spouses, parents, pets – but sometimes forget to take care of themselves. Their knowledge about health often comes from a two minute news report or short article. But every week there is some new research report telling us what we need to do. What the authors have done is compile a concise, easy reference book for women who are too busy to spend hours searching for this valuable information. They want to help women learn about their risks as early as possible and to develop heart healthy lifestyles that will allow them to live longer, healthier lives."
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Nurse Entrepreneurs: Tales of Nurses in Business:"This book is vey inspiring! Learn how 50 different nurses brought their vision to reality! Learn some great tips on starting your own business. Nurses don't have to just work at the bedside. Read this book and you will be thinking of how you can make your dream a reality!"
Own Your Own Corporation: Why the Rich Own Their Own Companies and Everyone Else Works for Them:"Rich Dad's-"Own your Own Corporation" is a must read for anyone comtemplating a new business-or someone who already owns their own business. Garrett's direct yet simplistic explanations of the different business entities,the proper and best suited entity for your business-is followed by real-life scenarios which helps drive home the importance of corporate ownership in today's business world. Use Garrett's legal expertise to establish a successful, legally responsible and fiscally protected business...And understand the why's and how's of that ownership."
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