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LISTEN to your heart

Cardiovascular disease is the leading global cause of death – claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. In fact, 9 out of 10 women in the U.S. have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease.

Oftentimes, there are no symptoms prior to a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest. Knowing your heart risk factors can help you take the right steps towards a longer, healthier life.

Learn your heart risk factors now.

Takes just 7 minutes.

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Real Patient Stories

In May 2014, while typing an email, Sarah Eck fell out of her chair and crashed to the floor. At age 29, she had suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. Today, she is a survivor who received a second chance at life, thanks to leading-edge technology and the skilled cardiologists at Memorial Hospital. Click here to read Sarah’s remarkable story.

Sarah Eck

In 2014, Rosie Knox suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. Now, fitted with a special medical device that detects life-threatening heart rhythms, Rosie has a new perspective on life. Click here to watch Rosie’s story.

Rosie Knox

“Coach Dan” McKiernan woke one morning to numbness in his left arm. He drove himself to Memorial Hospital Central where he immediately underwent a triple bypass. Click here to learn about Dan’s recovery and the maintenance plan he developed with his cardiologist.

Coach Dan

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