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Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. And while deaths from heart disease among women continue to rise, many women do not see it as a personal health risk.
The Valley Approach to Women's Heart Care
That’s why Valley created Heart Care for Women: to address women’s specific needs in heart care. Because there are differences in heart disease signs in women compared to men, it is important to have specialists experienced in the treatment of female patients.
Our team of female cardiologists believe in treating the whole person. We promote heart wellness through nutrition, activity and the latest advances in diagnostics and treatment.
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Coronary Artery Disease
- Heart Valve Disease
Why Choose Valley for Women’s Heart Care?
- Expertise in how heart disease affects women: Our team provides better heart care for women, by women. That’s because we understand how heart disease affects women differently than men. To learn more about those differences, visit About Heart Care for Women.
- Comprehensive approach to treating heart disease: Heart health means taking care of yourself from the roots up. Having good heart health is a commitment to healthy living that includes activity, nutrition and stress reduction. We incorporate all of these into your care, along with the latest cardiac imaging and other technological advances in heart care.
- Heart risk assessments: The first step to creating a healthier heart and lifestyle is knowing and understanding your current state of health. Our program offers a free comprehensive heart screening to identify your personal heart disease risk.
- Cleveland Clinic alliance: Valley is proud to be in alliance with Cleveland Clinic, ranked No. 1 in the nation for heart care since 1995 by U.S. News & World Report. That means you’ll have access to second opinions from Cleveland Clinic specialists as needed without leaving the state.