Expert Tips and Advice for a Healthy Heart

The Providence Heart Institute coordinates care for patients while providing them with access to leaders in the field and the latest procedures.
In honor of American Heart Month, we break down commotio cordis — what it is, how to act if it occurs and how to protect athletes from the condition.
We’re taking a look at heart disease in Black and Hispanic women: its impacts, warning signs and tips for prevention.
Cardiologists at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett can help you start to understand your potential risks by taking their online Heart Health Quiz.
Tyron Bennett credits his Providence team for saving his life and inspiring him to make some major changes.
When Hillary Steffen experienced sudden heart failure, she was prepared to say goodbye to her family. But instead, Providence heart specialists saved her life.
A common birth defect leads a Gonzaga graduate back to Spokane for heart valve surgery.
We show you how to stay healthy at every age, providing specific information on working with your primary care provider and heart and bone health.
Donny Jones traveled to Providence Spokane Heart Institute for a robotic mitral valve repair. Learn more.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers earn US News rankings, rated among top hospitals in California
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for women in the United States. Let your primary care provider become your partner in managing risk factors.
Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death for women. Hormones and hormone replacement therapy can play a role. Here’s what you should know.
Dr. Shephal Doshi co-leads international clinical trial to evaluate Conformal Medical’s novel CLAAS implant
Many women take care of others before thinking about themselves. Remember to share everything with your provider—even embarrassing symptoms.
Signs and symptoms of heart issues can show up in many ways. A Providence cardiologist explains what to look out for and when to see your doctor.
Too much sodium can lead to high blood pressure and other chronic diseases. Learn how small dietary changes improve your health.
Juneteenth marks the true end to enslavement in America. Learn what it is and how observing it can impact the health of Black Americans today.
Hear from Providence nurses as they share their stories about why they became a nurse and how their experiences shaped their approach to nursing.
Providence St. Joseph cardiologists are having success finding and treating a heretofore sneaky heart condition.
A new report from the Providence Research Network highlights how Providence researchers are advancing the future of health and health care.