Schedule your heart scan or vascular screening today so you never have to wonder.

What are Heart Scans and Vascular Screenings?

Your heart pushes blood through your body. Your vascular system carries blood where it needs to go. If either stops doing its job well, you’re in trouble.

In the past, there was no way to forecast future heart or vascular disease. With heart scans and vascular screenings, that’s changed. Now, you can get an inside look at the health of your heart, arteries, and veins before it’s too late.

A heart scan, also known as a coronary calcium scan, uses low-dose CT to help determine your risk for heart disease.

Vascular screenings involve ultrasound screenings of the neck, abdominal, and ankle arteries to locate aneurysms, plaque build-ups, and blockages.

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What You Can Learn

Heart scans show the amount of calcium in your arteries. Calcium buildup results in hard, stiff arteries, a condition known as atherosclerosis. With this, it’s difficult for blood to pass through your body. If ignored, this can lead to heart disease, especially if you have other risk factors.

A vascular screening determines your risk for three dangerous and deadly diseases. Blockages in your neck (carotid) arteries may lead to stroke. Weak spots in the main artery in your abdomen may result in an aneurysm. Low ankle blood pressure may indicate artery disease in your extremities. Vascular screening helps find all these potential problems.

A few minutes could
Save Your Life

Find heart disease in its earliest stages. For less than $50 — and less than an hour of your time — you can protect it with a heart scan or vascular screening.

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Who Needs Heart and Vascular Screenings?

Heart screening is recommended for people who are age 40 and above with no:

  • History of coronary artery disease diagnosed by a doctor
  • Prior heart attacks
  • Previous testing that shows heart artery blockage
  • Symptoms that make you worry about your heart
  • Chest pains
  • Shortness of breath
  • Palpitations
  • Coronary calcification test done within last five years

If you're younger than 40 or have experienced any of the conditions listed above, speak with your provider to get a referral for a heart scan.

Vascular screening is recommended for those who:

  • Are age 50 or above
  • Have diabetes
  • Smoke cigarettes or have a history of smoking 
  • Haven't had a screening in five or more years

Don't wait
for a heart scan
or vascular screening.