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Cardiac Age Screenings

Prevention is the best cure for heart disease.

Whatever your age or current state of physical health is, it’s never too late to take precautionary measures to keep your heart healthy and keep cardiovascular diseases at bay. At Piedmont Medical Center, we offer cardiac age screenings to help you determine the true age of your heart and your risk for developing heart diseases later in life.

New screening technologies allow us to assess your risk for heart disease by determining your “cardiac age” – a number that may be years away from your chronological age. Our screening includes a check of blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), blood sugar, and a complete lipid profile (including total cholesterol, HDL, LDL and triglycerides) for FREE!

Take Your First Step Towards Heart Disease Prevention

At Piedmont Medical Center, we believe that finding out the risk for potentially developing a particular disease is the first step towards its prevention. By determining your cardiac risk, you may manage your risk factors and adopt a healthy lifestyle to decrease your risk of developing a cardiac disease.

Determine Your Cardiac Age

With more than 85 million Americans living with a cardiovascular disease, we believe it’s time that we take the lead in improving the cardiac health of the community. Therefore, we have introduced a combination of screenings using which you can determine your ‘cardiac age’—a number that may be years away from your chronological age.

Our cardiac age screening includes the following examinations:

  • Blood pressure
  • Body mass index (BMI)
  • Blood sugar level
  • Full lipid profile, including total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, and triglycerides

In addition to getting a cardiac age screening, you can get your EKG results interpreted by a board-certified cardiologist to get a better overall picture of your cardiac health.

Find a Cardiologist

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Heart Quiz

How healthy is your heart?

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