Comprehensive Cardiovascular Screening
DISCOVER YOUR HIDDEN RISKS
Go beyond your annual check-up with a HeartStrong screening. Don’t let cardiovascular disease get in the way of a full and healthy life. IT’S COVERED BY MOST INSURANCE PLANS.
Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States? The good news is that you can lower your risk of stroke, heart attack and coronary artery disease with preventative screenings. Heart disease and the conditions that lead up to it can happen at any age. Be proactive at identifying your potential risks.
WHAT IS THE MARQUE HEARTSTRONG SCREENING?
The screening is a non-invasive cardiovascular assessment and evaluation for the presence of early heart disease and aneurysms. It helps your doctor identify and mitigate risk factors that can lead to heart disease, stroke and other serious illnesses.
WHO SHOULD GET A HEARTSTRONG SCREENING?
If you’re over the age of 4O with risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, history of smoking or a family history of stroke or heart disease, a preventative cardiovascular screening, such as HeartStrong, is extremely valuable.
RESULTS AND FOLLOW-UP
Seven days after your screening, results will be reviewed by Marque’s Board-Certified cardiologists. The results are easy-to-read and categorized based on your risk factors, our team will sit down to discuss your risk factors and develop a personal prevention plan that supports your health and wellness. We can even share your results with your primary care physician.
- Non-invasive, In & Out in 4O Minutes
- Results Reviewed by Our Cardiologists
- Easy-to-Understand Results
- Care Coordination with Specialists if Necessary
- Affordable & Covered by Most Insurance Plans
- Results Indicate Health Risks for Several Years
Body mass index (BMI), waist-to-hip ratio, blood pressure, heart rate and pulse oximetry
Lipid profile, LDL/HDL and Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, metabolic profile, and Glucose/A1C
A method to measure arteriolar-to-venous ratio which determines vessel diameter that leads to hypertension
Both the risk of heart disease and the conditions that lead to it are strongly linked to family history
Echocardiogram (ECHO) and ultrasounds of the abdominal aortic, carotid and peripheral arteries
The screening provides insights about your chance of developing diabetes, stroke, and heart failure risks over the next several years