The Women’s Heart Health Program is a comprehensive way to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease in women. Heart disease may be especially difficult to diagnose in women as they may have different symptoms from men. This program helps women to identify and treat risk factors for cardiovascular disease.

Program details

Cost for the program is $50 (additional testing and/or referrals made are not included in initial fee; insurance will be billed).

  • Initial nurse assessment/education (one hour)
    • Appointment with medical provider to discuss assessment results and make a plan for risk reduction (one hour) total initial appointment time: two hours
    • Diagnostic 12 lead EKG
    • Fasting blood sugar and cholesterol panel
  • Recommendation if needed for further diagnostic testing or treatment
  • Access to cardiology RN/LPN via phone for support, education or question
  • One month free membership to the St. Patrick Hospital Wellness Center
  • At six months, follow-up appointment with medical provider and nurse
  • At one year, final meeting with medical provider and nurse, presentation of Certificate of Participation and Women’s Heart Health Program gift

If you are interested in enrolling in the Men’s Heart Health Program, call 406-329-5615 to make an appointment.

Many of us are surprised to learn that one in three women will die from cardiovascular (heart) disease. Heart disease and stroke kill more women than all cancers combined, including breast cancer. It remains an underappreciated fact that more women than men die of cardiovascular disease every year.

Women's Heart Health Program

Deborah Sybrant, PAC explains the purpose and benefits of the Women's Heart Health Program.