Wondering about your heart?

Do you have high cholesterol? High blood pressure? Are you overweight? Do you have a family history of heart disease or heart attack? You could be at risk of cardiovascular disease, the number one killer of men and women. Take action by starting the quiz below.  

Take a Step Toward Heart Health

If you have questions about your risk of heart disease or how to keep your heart healthy, St. Elizabeth is right here with answers. Begin by taking a three-minute heart health assessment that can help you get started right away. With just a few clicks, we’ll help you determine your next best step toward a healthier heart. While this quiz cannot tell you if you have clogged coronary arteries, arteriosclerosis, or cardiovascular disease, it can provide a quick review of your risks and what you can do about them. Because with a healthy heart, you’ll live better and live longer. 

If you are experiencing symptoms of a heart attack, such as chest pain or pressure, unexplained or unusual shortness of breath, pain in your arms or jaw, or sudden fatigue, you should call 911 immediately. This assessment is not appropriate for someone experiencing symptoms like these that require immediate attention.

St. Elizabeth has cardiologists available for timely appointments for new patients. Call (859) 287-3045 for an appointment.

St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute brings nationally recognized heart care right here. In fact, we are Greater Cincinnati’s only Cardiovascular Center of Excellence accredited by the American Heart Association. This places us in an elite group of hospitals that have met high standards to fully address the needs of patients with complex cardiac conditions. No matter what shape your heart is in, trust the experts at St. Elizabeth to help you take care of it. 

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