Take Action - Heart Health

Take Action

Congratulations! You’ve taken the first step towards reducing your risk for developing heart disease by visiting our ‘Take Action’ webpage.

Below, you will find a variety of links that will take you to resources that you can use to learn more about heart attack, Acute Coronary Syndrome, heart disease, gauge your risk for developing heart disease, and get tips about how to manage controllable factors that may contribute to heart disease.

About Early Heart Attack Care

About Acute Coronary Syndrome


When to Call 9-1-1

When a Heart Attack or Acute Coronary Syndrome happens - it is an absolute medical emergency. If you are experiencing symptoms or have a concern that you may be experiencing a Heart Attack or ACS, call 9-1-1 immediately.

Early activation of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is vital to decreasing heart damage. EMS teams are able to provide important care before you arrive at the hospital, working to save your life.

About Heart Disease

Heart Disease in Men

Heart Disease in Women

Know Your Risk for Heart Disease

Know Your Risk - Men

Know Your Risk - Women

Lower Your Risk of Developing Heart Disease

Live Healthy - Men

Live Healthy - Women

As with any major lifestyle change such as beginning a new exercise routine, changing your diet, or quitting tobacco products, speak with your primary care provider to talk about how to get started. There is a different plan that is best fit for each individual’s journey towards a healthier heart.

If you are in need of a primary care provider to speak with, we have several Covenant Clinic locations with providers looking forward to helping you decide what lifestyle changes might be best fit for you. Click Here to find a Covenant Clinic near you.

Learn Even More About Heart Disease and You

American Heart Association

Centers for Disease Contorl and Prevention

Heart Rhythm Society

Million Hearts

National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

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