Pasadena Heart Risk Assessment

Because the most important heart you have to take care of is your own.


Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. But, in most cases, you can decrease your risk. The Heart Risk Assessment can help you take control of your heart health and better understand your chances of developing cardiovascular disease.

Based off of the personal health information provided, the Assessment can help determine whether you are considered high, moderate or low risk when it comes to your heart health.

Upon completion, you will receive the Personal Health Profiler - a detailed report with personalized information about your:

  • Heart Age: Comparison of your cardiovascular disease risk against someone without any risk factors to get an idea of your overall heart health
  • CVD Risk Estimates: Estimation of your risk of having a heart attack, stroke, blood vessel disease or heart failure over the next 10-30 years
  • CVD Risk Factors: The personal characteristics that increase your chances of cardiovascular disease and what can be done to control those you can change

Take the assessment now


Cardiology at Bayshore Medical Center


Bayshore Medical Center

Equipped with the latest technology, knowledgeable about the latest medical advances, and dedicated to compassionate care – count on the heart doctors at the Bayshore Medical Center, right here in your own community. We are a leader in bringing “beating heart” surgical technology to Pasadena, and the first in the area to establish a comprehensive Heart Failure Management Program.

An accredited Chest Pain Center as designated by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care, not only have we achieved 100% compliance with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid requirement of 90 minutes door-to-balloon time, we consistently beat the national average by 30 minutes. That’s because our STEMI team, cath-lab team, cardiologists, and surgical team is available to you 24/7.

 


Start the conversation: Find a Cardiologist to talk about my heart health 1 (800) 979-DOCS.