Good cardiovascular health is the best way to reduce your risk for heart disease or stroke. At Baptist Health, our Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program helps you on this journey.

We offer a wide range of free or low-cost cardiovascular disease prevention services and health screenings that are designed to strengthen your heart. Let us be your partner in improving your health through better exercise, nutrition and education.

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program Overview

Helping you live a longer, healthier life is our priority. That’s why we work closely with you and your doctor to make sure you’re doing everything you can to reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke.

Our multidisciplinary team of experts is dedicated to making cardiovascular disease prevention as convenient as possible for you. We conduct regular programs throughout South Florida to help you learn heart-friendly lifestyle habits like making healthier food choices, working more exercise into your day, and giving up smoking or other tobacco-based products.

Keeping track of your cholesterol and blood pressure is a big part of diagnosing heart disease and cardiovascular disease prevention. So is monitoring your blood sugar levels if you have diabetes. As your heart health partner, we can regularly check these numbers and share this information with your primary care physician so they can make any necessary changes to your care plan.

Who Can Participate?

If you know you’re at an increased risk for heart disease, our Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program is for you. It’s a great way to get ahead of any heart problems and potentially reduce your future risk.

If you already have signs of heart disease, another heart problem or diabetes, we’re here for you, too. Our programs can help you manage your conditions and potentially reverse some of the existing damage to your heart.

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program Details

When you participate in our Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program, you have access to a variety of services that are specially designed to help improve your lifestyle behaviors.

“I am feeling absolutely fine. I have no pain,” says Ms. Schwartz. “I can walk. I feel very healthy."

The Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program Difference

Making lifestyle changes — even to improve your heart health — can be difficult. We’re here to provide encouragement and resources when you need them most. And if you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask us. We’ll work with you and your care team to find the best heart-healthy options for you.

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