We know you by heart. As the region's heart care leader, Renown has the most advanced medical, surgical and minimally-invasive techniques available today. You have access to the most highly-skilled and experienced heart and vascular team and the most advanced heart center in the region; Renown Institute for Heart & Vascular Health, which means the highest level of expertise, quality and safety is available to you today, right here at home.

Live Your Healthy Life Now

While there is no single way to prevent heart disease, there are small changes you can make to your daily routine to make sure your heart stays strong. To start the American Heart Association encourages you to “Know Your Numbers” which include: blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), cholesterol and fasting blood sugar, by scheduling a visit with your doctor. These numbers are critical in assessing your current risk for heart disease and stroke.
Every 42 seconds someone has a heart attack in the US

To keep your heart healthy it’s essential for you to:

Primary Care

Renown Health Primary Care
The first step to your heart health is knowing your numbers – blood pressure, cholesterol, body mass index (BMI) and blood sugar. If you don’t know your numbers, contact your primary care provider for a check-up.

Primary Care

Heart & Vascular Health

Renown Health Institute for Heart & Vascular Health
When you have a heart concern, we have the latest testing and imaging capabilities available for a quick diagnosis. Early detection allows you to make lifestyle changes — proven to reduce your future risk of heart attack and stroke.

Heart Care

Heart Health Videos



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Chris Wyatt, lead chef at the Renown Healthy Heart Program, created this collection of low-sodium, heart-healthy recipes from around the world focusing on a wide variety of flavors.

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Helpful Handouts

What is High Blood Pressure

How to Improve High Blood Pressure

What is AFib?

Hands Only CPR