What are cardiovascular conditions?
Cardiovascular conditions include angina, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, peripheral artery disease (PAD) and other diseases related to the function of how your circulatory system — including the heart, arteries and veins — moves blood throughout the body.
What are the symptoms of cardiovascular conditions?
Cardiovascular conditions can affect anyone, and risk factors include lifestyle, diet, genetics and family history. Because cardiovascular conditions contain a large number of diseases, symptoms can range from shortness of breath, weakness, nausea and sweating; to irregular heartbeats or pounding in the chest, radiating pain, tightness in the chest, fainting and heart attack.
What is the treatment for cardiovascular conditions?
Visit Healthcare Clinic for an assessment, treatment and management of cardiovascular conditions. Based on your risk factors, we will provide a personal treatment plan that may include prescribing medications to better manage any cardiovascular conditions you have.* Treatment may include referring you to a cardiologist or other healthcare provider.
This treatment is available at Healthcare Clinic locations for patients 18 months and older.
Walk in or schedule an appointment at the Healthcare Clinic nearest you.
If you believe you have a medical emergency, please call 911.
1 Prescriptions written when clinically appropriate. Patients have a choice of pharmacy.
2 Service is available at Healthcare Clinic locations for patients 18 months and older.
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