Known for excellence for heart care in Missouri, St. Luke's Hospital is proud to be an official HeartCaring designated hospital for the St. Louis area.
As a HeartCaring designated provider, we work hand-in-hand with the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and other national organizations to ensure that women (and men) get the education and services they need to help prevent an untimely death from cardiovascular diseases and conditions.
Knowing your risk is half the battle. Do you…
Feel shaky from too much caffeine?
Feel out of breath when you overexert yourself?
Feel a flutter in your chest or an irregular heartbeat?
Wonder if you are having a heart attack?
Have a sense of impending doom?
Feel like your arm, leg or foot circulation is poor or have associated muscle pain?
Feel extreme fatigue that you can't explain?
How do you know if what you feel is "normal?" The truth is... you don't know. And that's when it is time for you to contact a HeartCaring designated physician or clinician from St. Luke's Hospital to plan for a future of heart health and heart-felt happiness.
For more information, please call 314-205-6654.
HeartCaring Resources and Information
Heart Risk Assessment
Spirit of Women Membership (free)
Total Control Pelvic Health Program
St. Luke's Women's Services
Women's Health Guidelines, by Age - a handy checklist
Men's Health Guidelines - a handy checklist
HeartCaring.com (national site)