About Heart & Vascular Services

Specialized Care for your Heart 

When people look at the state’s heart and vascular programs, they prefer Beaumont Health.

Our specialists, hospitals and advanced care are now available in more Southeast Michigan locations than ever before. We help you feel better and protect your heart by offering:

  • Recognized excellence near your home and work: U.S. News & World Report regularly places Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, among the nation’s top heart programs. That excellence extends across our network, ensuring you receive advanced care.
  • Innovation that saves and improves lives: As a leading research institute, we seek better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat disease. We developed tests and treatments used around the world, and continue to innovate on your behalf. Recent regional and national milestones at Beaumont Health include:
    • Minimally invasive approaches: Catheter-based treatments help you avoid open surgery, while shortening hospital stays, speeding recovery and improving health.
    • Options for critically ill patients: Newer treatments provide possibilities and hope for more severe disease.
  • All the care you need: We treat all heart and vascular conditions, from the simple to the complex. Services range from classes and screenings to detailed evaluations and sophisticated treatments. Cardiac rehabilitation is tailored to your needs and overseen by a doctor. Top emergency care means rapid treatment for strokes. Our heart attack responses - as measured by door-to-balloon time - are among the state’s best.

Importance of Heart Disease Screenings

Did you know that more than 79 million Americans have one or more forms of heart disease, which causes over a third of all deaths in the U.S?

The key to heart disease prevention is managing your risk factors and early detection through regular screenings. While certain genetic or inherited factors such as age, gender and family history cannot be changed, adopting a healthy lifestyle can dramatically decrease your risk of getting heart disease.

Most regular heart screenings should begin at age 20 and include:

  • blood pressure
  • cholesterol
  • weight/body mass index (BMI)
  • waist circumference
  • blood glucose test (this test should be done starting at age 45)
  • physical activity, diet and tobacco use evaluation

You may require additional and more frequent testing if you’ve been diagnosed with a cardiovascular condition such as heart failure or atrial fibrillation, or if you have a history of heart attack or stroke. Your doctor may also request more stringent screening if you already have risk factors or a family history of cardiovascular disease.

7 for $70 Heart and Vascular Screening

Catching disease early and protecting your heart is important to us. Our unique programs include 7 for $70 heart screening - $70 for 7 tests to determine your risk for heart disease and stroke. We also screen student-athletes and run a number of community prevention efforts.

Determine your risk for heart disease or stroke. Schedule our 7 tests for $70 by calling 800-328-8542.