Heart Screenings Save Lives
Heart disease can prevent your heart from doing its vital job. Know your risk and protect your heart with a screening from Sanford Health.
This affordable, painless test gives you and your doctor a better look at your risk for heart disease. Give yourself some peace of mind with a heart screening. It could save your life.
What is a Heart Screening
A heart screening is comprehensive. It checks your heart health using various tests and checks. When should you get screened? Every heart is different. The general guideline is that everyone ages 40-75 should get a heart screening every 10 years.
Your primary care provider can recommend a screening schedule for you based on your family history and risk factors. Which tests you get during your screening will also vary based on your provider’s recommendations.
A heart screening may include:
Benefits of a Heart Screening
Heart screens are accessible, affordable and can make a long-term difference in your life. Early detection of heart disease allows you and your primary care provider to make changes now and reduce or prevent problems later.
Visit a Heart Screening Location
Sanford Health conveniently offers heart screenings throughout South Dakota, North Dakota and Minnesota.
Discounts may be available if you schedule a heart and vascular screening together.
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