Expert Tips and Advice for a Healthy Heart
Anchorage Fire Department, Providence Alaska Medical Center and Alaska Cardiovascular Research Foundation to collaborate on study of a new medication for treating patients experiencing a heart attack.
Heart disease doesn’t just happen to people who are older than 40. If you’re in your 20s or 30s, you could be at risk, too.
You can make a big difference in how healthy your heart is. A Providence cardiologist explains some lifestyle changes you can make to avoid heart disease.
Susan Patcha had been living with high cholesterol since she was 17. Providence Lipid Clinic provided her with answers — for herself and for her family.
With proper treatment, Afib patients can lead long, healthy lives,
A life-threatening experience turns into a life-changing moment.
Learn how Providence is bringing top-tier research to its rural health programs so patients have access to lifesaving therapies – wherever they are.
Although he didn’t know it, Marc Friedant was close to having a heart attack before a Providence–Keck USC partnership team saved him.
When Donny Jones needed heart surgery, he turned to Providence Spokane Heart Institute for an advanced, hard-to-find robotic procedure.
Do you know all the signs of a heart attack? Hear Dawn’s true-life story about recognizing the symptoms and getting help just in the nick of time.
The cardiac care team at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center helped a Spokane man survive a widow-maker heart attack with fast, expert treatment.
What’s in your DNA matters. From your risk for developing certain diseases to what treatments might work best for you, it’s all written in your genes.
Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC) has received four American Heart Association Get With The Guidelines and Mission: Lifeline achievement awards.
In 2021, Abigail Kelly was born at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital and admitted to the NICU. Today, Abigail is a thriving, two-year-old, and has had only one open heart surgery.
At Providence Little Company of Mary’s Bariatric Wellness Centers, you’ll find supportive teams dedicated to patients’ long-term weight-loss success.
Make your summer barbecues and picnics low sodium events with these helpful tips.
When teacher Annie Noguchi suddenly collapsed at home, a team of rescuers acted quickly to save her life.
A Spokane man who survived a heart attack in 2022 recently reunited with one of the Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center intensive care unit nurses that saved his life
Patrice Krant had arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia. Her heart was failing, but thanks to Providence Heart Institute, she’s now feeling great a year after her life-saving surgery.
TCAR, a leading-edge treatment for blocked carotid arteries, let Nancy Brown maintain her busy life.
Women need different health care services than men. Providence has comprehensive women’s health services to help you at any age. Learn more.
From minimally invasive procedures to leading-edge genetic testing, Providence’s cardiovascular care provides revolutionary and accessible options to patients.
You can lower your blood pressure by making healthy changes in your life. Try these 8 science-backed tips to bring your blood pressure down.
If you haven’t visited your primary care provider lately, now is the time to start! You can prevent many diseases through regular check-ups.
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.
‘I have a second chance’: Patient reflects on excellent care after surviving ‘widowmaker’ heart attack
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.