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  • Heart Health


Heart Health


Your heart doesn’t beat just for you. So don’t wait to see if you’re at risk for heart disease. Dignity Health’s St. John’s Hospitals are rated among the top five percent in the nation for overall cardiac services and critical care by Healthgrades.

Our Program

At St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital, we offer effective heart disease treatment, world-class clinical research trials, and a certified primary stroke center. Our program features:

Heart Disease in Women

Women have unique lifestyle and health care needs when it comes to their heart. At St. John's, we tailor our services and treatments to meet each person's needs. Learn more.

HeartAware Assessment

Dignity Health is proud to offer the HealthAware Program. These free and confidential online risk assessments measure your current health status and identify those medical or lifestyle conditions that may lead to the development of certain health conditions. 

Knowing if you're at risk of developing heart disease can help keep you healthy. 

Take our free online HeartAware Risk Assessment now.

Award-Winning Care

St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital is consistently recognized for our outstanding heart care. Most recently, we were recognized as a Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Heart Failure for five years in a row (2011-2015). 

Healthgrades is the nation’s leading online resource for comprehensive information about doctors and hospitals, and these awards come from the analyzed public reports among 4,500 hospitals nationwide, based on quality and safety measures reported to the federal government.

Connect with a cardiologist at St. John’s: Call 844.617.0419, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Heart Attack

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that about 720,000 Americans have a heart attack each year.

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Stay Heart Healthy

Improve your lifestyle and habits to reduce your risk for heart attack and stroke.

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