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2.5 billion just isn't enough

That 2.5 billion is the average number of heartbeats in a lifetime. But why stop yourself at being average? Give yourself the gift of more heartbeats and more moments with the ones you love. Learn how to give your heart the tender loving care it deserves today.

Try out your knowledge of heart matters with this fun quiz

When it comes to matters of the heart, would you consider yourself a genius? Our Heart Smart Quiz puts your knowledge of cholesterol, blood pressure, and more to the test. Show off your cardiovascular health know-how today, and receive some sweet, heart-healthy recipes to try.


Find a doctor to have a heart to heart with

Our cardiologists are experts in their field because they put their whole hearts into what they do. And because your heart matters, we take the time to give yours the tender loving care it deserves.

Whether you’re at a heightened risk of developing cardiovascular disease and are looking for advice on prevention, or you have a diagnosis and are ready to improve your health, our cardiologists can help. Take the first step and contact a member of our team today.

When do you know you need to go to the ER?

Your heart may be telling you something


Listen to your heart. How do you know if it’s trying to tell you something? Learn about what signs and symptoms to look out for and talk to your doctor about when should be the right time to go to an ER in case of a cardiac event.

 

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