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Heart Health Risk Assessment

The keys to preventing heart disease include managing risk factors like blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose levels. But you can't manage what you haven't assessed. This free, online assessment will help you find out your risk factors and take action to minimize your risk for heart disease - starting today!

Compare your actual heart age to your heart's biological age

Learn how you can minimize your most harmful risk factors

Calculate your risk of developing cardiovascular disease

Find out steps you can take to improve your heart health

Do You Know the Numbers that Can Save Your Life?

The American Heart Association recommends beginning heart disease prevention early in life starting with assessing your risk factors and working to keep them low. Monitor and understand these four risk factors, along with talking to your doctor about them, to better your chances of leading a heart-healthy life.

Abrazo Community Health Network is proud to support the American Heart Association's Healthy For Good Campaign.

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Abrazo Community Health Network 

  • American Heart Association Mission: Lifeline – Silver Receiving
  • Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care – Certified Chest Pain Center
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Your Heart.
Our Commitment to Care.

Getting your heart in shape is vitally important to your well-being. The right heart treatments can vastly improve your quality of life, helping you breathe easier, move faster and feel younger, often without major surgery or long hospital stays. At Abrazo, our dedicated team of healthcare professionals provide personalized treatment for heart conditions including abnormal heart rhythm, hypertension, aortic, congestive heart, coronary artery, valvular and vascular diseases.

There are 3 things you can do now to learn more about your heart health.