The more you can learn about your heart health, the better. Talk to your doctor to identify your potential risk for heart disease.
For many individuals, the first sign of heart disease begins with a heart attack. Our comprehensive heart care program begins the second you enter our emergency room, where we quickly assess your condition and proceed with the appropriate cardiac diagnostic services.
Mercy Gilbert's complete range of cardiac services includes:
Mercy Gilbert's commitment to help prevent, diagnosis and treat heart disease is evident in our numerous accreditations.
Mercy Gilbert offers a number of cardiac diagnostic services to identify and treat heart disease. Through noninvasive and invasive testing we can determine if you have heart disease and the best course of treatment.
Cardiopulmonary refers to how your heart and lungs work together. When a problem begins in one of these vital organs often times a secondary issue occurs in the other organ. At Mercy Gilbert our cardiopulmonary services provide diagnostic testing and treatments for cardiology, neurology and respiratory issues.
Read about the procedures performed in the Electrophysiology (EP) lab at Mercy Gilbert
Any sports fan knows the best defense is often times the best offense. Your best defense for heart disease is prevention. Your risk for heart disease increases with age and/or if you have a close family member who had heart disease at an early age. Even if you are not living a healthy lifestyle now, it is not too late to start.
Heart disease treatments vary based on the severity of your disease. Someone who is high risk for developing coronary heart disease will have a different treatment plan than someone who has already suffered a heart attack.
Having high cholesterol is a risk factor that contributes to coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke. Learn the various ways to help manage your cholesterol levels, including lifestyle changes
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Early Heart Attack Care (or EHAC) education advises how to recognize the early signs and symptoms of a heart attached. We want to educate the public how to become an active bystander so you can save a life – even if it’s yours.