Understanding Your Heart Health – Get SCREENED Today!
Sanford Heart Fargo is committed to helping you improve your heart health and avoid heart disease. Most people over the age of 40 have at least one risk factor and many have multiple risk factors. That’s why knowing your risk factors and having regular heart screenings is important in helping you take control of your heart health. Most heart disease can be prevented and that starts with you taking action.
What Can You Do Today?
Just making small changes can improve your heart health over time. Here are some things you can start today:
- Be physically active for 30 minutes each day. Every movement counts!
- Lose weight
- Quit smoking
- Control your blood pressure
- Eat a healthier diet
- Reduce sodium intake
- Control high cholesterol
- Manage diabetes
Learn About Your Risk Factors
Heart disease doesn’t have to be inevitable. Start today by scheduling your screen today at
(701) 23 HEART.
The Heart Screen ™
The Heart Screen at the Center for Health and Well-being uses advanced tools and diagnostics to uncover critical details about the health of your heart. Screenings include:
- CT calcium score
- Non-fasting cholesterol
- Blood pressure
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Framingham Score-(risk estimate for developing heart disease in the next 10 years)
Learn more about the Heart Screen here.
The Heart Screen is available in North Dakota at:
Sanford Center for Screening
1720 South University Drive, Fargo
Screens take less than an hour and are scheduled M-Th; 7 a.m.-2 p.m.