At the University of Maryland Heart and Vascular Center, we believe the more you know about your heart the better. We want you to be as informed as possible about your heart, treatment options and living a heart-healthy life.
Perhaps you have a few risk factors for heart disease. Or maybe you have already been diagnosed with a heart condition. Or perhaps you simply want to take steps now to prevent problems in the future.
At our Heart and Vascular Center, we work with you to create a heart-healthy lifestyle that meets your needs. Learn more about our Center for Preventive Cardiology.
Talk to us today about ways you can protect your heart, including:
- Diet modification
- Controlling cholesterol levels, diabetes and high blood pressure
- Weight loss
- Stress management
- Quitting smoking
- Exercising regularly
Learn more about tips for heart disease prevention.
Heart Screenings at the University of Maryland Heart and Vascular Center
Undergoing regular heart screenings is one of the most effective ways you can help your heart. Starting in your 20s, you should undergo screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes. Screenings are often no more invasive than a simple blood test.
If we detect an abnormality, such as high cholesterol, we can treat it aggressively before it becomes a problem. The earlier we treat heart-related conditions, the more successful the treatment. Learn more about heart screenings.
Heart Health Video Library
Visit our robust video library to learn more about heart care from our own University of Maryland Heart and Vascular Center experts. Find out answers to our patients’ top heart disease questions, learn about treatment options for adult congenital heart patients that do not require surgery and see what to expect the first few days after heart surgery. Watch these videos and more in our Video Library.
Many of the nation’s top-rated surgeons are right here at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Learn firsthand from our physicians about various medical procedures and other topics, including heart surgery, transplants and spinal surgery. Watch our surgical webcasts to learn more.
For more information or to make an appointment, please call 1-866-408-6885.