At Northwell Health, our goal is to educate our patients, their families and the communities we serve about the importance of preventing heart disease.
Discover answers to frequently asked questions about preventive cardiology, and access essential information to discuss with your primary care physician and your cardiologist by visiting, what to expect, frequently asked questions and support groups.
North Shore University Hospital hosts quarterly educational programs for patients and their loved ones. For specific dates and times, call (855) HEART-11, or (855) 432-7811.
Community outreach preventive Cardiology Services
Our Preventive Cardiology staff reaches out into local communities with free educational services to promote awareness and the prevention of heart disease.
Free Community Health Screenings
We offer free community health screenings during which our healthcare team can meet with members of the community to discuss the importance of preventive cardiology and answer questions. Some examples of discussion topics are:
- How to lower your cholesterol
- What your blood pressure numbers mean
- What you can do to maintain a healthy heart
Depending on the location and setting of the health screenings, free blood-pressure screening and personal consultations/evaluations are available.
Community Educational Programs and Lectures
Senior healthcare professionals conduct free educational programs and lectures. These programs are geared towards the questions and concerns of the attending community members.
To arrange a customized screening or lecture, call (855) HEART-11 or (855) 432 -7811.
Our cardiologists collaborate with other specialists to provide comprehensive care to our patients. Our multi-disciplinary approach can include:
Northwell Health connects patients with organizations managed by peers who have experienced cardiac surgery. The following organizations are able to provide additional support:
Mended Hearts, Inc./Mended Little Hearts: a national and community based organization that provides individuals who experienced heart surgery or heart disease an opportunity to encourage and support patients with similar conditions. The Mended Heart volunteers conduct hospital visits while a patient recovers, online check-ins and additional support through phone conversations. Learn more about this organization.
WomenHeart is a national coalition for women with heart disease that provides educational information, support and additional services. Learn more about this organization.