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Take Heart: Women’s Cardiac Care

Heart Risk Assessments for Women

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in America, claiming the lives of one in three women every year. To prevent heart disease in women or begin cardiovascular disease treatment as early as possible, LMH is pleased to offer Take Heart: Women’s Cardiac Care.

Take Heart includes three heart risk assessment packages – Take 1, Take 2 and Take 3 – each tailored specifically for heart disease in women by LMH’s two female cardiologists. After your assessment, we will send a report to your primary care provider, so ask your provider which heart risk assessment package is right for you.

Take Heart assessments include:

  Take 1 Take 2 Take 3
Blood pressure
Waist circumference
Body mass index (BMI)
Fasting lipid profile (aka lipid panel)
Fasting blood glucose
Thyroid-stimulating hormone
Hemoglobin A1c
Nutrition/exercise recommendations
Education materials
Private consultation with a physician or APRN
Duration 30 min 60 min 30 min
Price $40 $75 $40

Note: Take 3 is a follow-up assessment, if prescribed.

Additional Screenings

Based on your results, your physician may also order additional tests:

Heart health is easier to manage when you know your numbers, so ask your primary care provider if you have risk factors for heart disease. Don’t have a primary care provider? Choose one of ours or call 785-505-3636 to schedule your Take Heart assessment today (no referral required).

Learn more about heart disease risk factors, prevention and treatment for women.

Meet Dr. Guastello

Elizabeth Guastello, MD
“Take Heart assessments make it easier for women to have personalized, ‘heart-to-heart’ conversations with their providers about heart disease risks.”

— Elizabeth Guastello, MD
Board-Certified Cardiologist

Watch Dr. Guastello's video

Meet Dr. Salazar

Christina Salazar, MD
“By focusing on heart health for women – our mothers, sisters, daughters, friends – Take Heart is designed to benefit the overall health of our community.”

— Christina Salazar, MD
Board-Certified Cardiologist

Watch Dr. Salazar's video