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A Healthier Heart Means a Happier Life.

Your heart is the pump that keeps your body moving. But if your heart is unhealthy, it can’t work properly, and that can make it hard to live a normal life. You may feel tired and uncomfortable. Even worse, you could have a heart attack that sends you to the emergency room.

Keeping your heart in good shape doesn’t have to be hard—especially if you start early—and many of the modern heart treatments available can help you feel better without major surgery or a long stay in the hospital.

Heart Care Accreditations & Awards


  • American Heart Association’s Get With The GuidelinesSM Gold-Plus Performance Achievement Award for Heart Failure


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