Take Heart - We're Here
The statistics on heart disease can be daunting - 3 in 4 men AND women over age 60 suffer from heart disease. This silent threat is the leading cause of death for American men, and it is five times deadlier for women than breast cancer. For those who are a bit younger, don't live by the motto "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." It's easy to shrug off heart health when you're young and feeling well, but heart disease can strike at any age, without symptoms. You're never too young to start taking care of your heart!
Take steps to protect yourself - start by partnering with the heart experts right here in your community at St. Rose Dominican Hospitals.
Together, we can protect your heart.
We want you to be well, so St. Rose offers a variety of heart-health screenings, including monthly cholesterol screenings, to help you assess your risk. We also offer classes on heart-healthy living and nutrition consultations with our registered dietitians. And if you've already been diagnosed with heart disease or a related condition, we offer special programs to help you such as our Healthy Living: Up2Me program from Stanford University - at no cost.
Advanced heart care right in your community.
Prevention and management are key, but should you need additional heart care, the three St. Rose Dominican Hospitals provide a full range of leading-edge diagnostics and treatments, including minimally invasive options that offer less pain, shorter recovery times and improved outcomes. In addition to the most advanced care, you can count on your care team to keep you comfortable and listen to your questions and concerns throughout your treatment and healing — because every patient matters. This compassionately oriented care is integral in helping you overcome heart issues and return to enjoying life.
Take steps to protect your heart. Call 702.616.4900 for more information about screenings, classes and other programs or for a referral to a St. Rose cardiologist or cardiovascular surgeon.
"St. Rose Dominican Hospitals offers complete cardiac programs," said Ric Miller, Director of Cardiac Services. "Our Centers meet the highest national standards for services, staff and technology, and our Open Heart Surgery programs at the San Martín and Siena Campuses further expand the full line of cardiac services available at St. Rose."
The Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC), an international not-for-profit organization that focuses on transforming cardiovascular care, awarded the Siena Campus Chest Pain Center Accreditation in 2011, which means "the hospital has achieved a higher level of expertise in dealing with patients who arrive with symptoms of a heart attack."
St. Rose's comprehensive cardiovascular programs include:
- Community Outreach Programs for cardiac disease prevention and management (in collaboration with the Barbara Greenspun WomensCare Centers of Excellence) to prevent and manage heart disease through targeted health and wellness classes,
- Cardiac Catheterization - Coronary angioplasty, coronary stents, etc.
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- EKG/Cardiac Stress Testing
- Electrophysiology Studies (EP)
- Open Heart Surgery
- Peripheral Artery Catheterization - Peripheral angioplasty, peripheral stents, etc.
- TAVR - a minimally invasive procedure to treat those with severe aortic stenosis who are not candidates for open heart surgery.
- Volcano Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS)
For more information, please contact the Cardiology Department at 702.616.4382 for the Rose de Lima Campus, 702.616.5382 for the Siena Campus or 702.492.8382 at the San Martín Campus.