Our focus is simple… ELIMINATE heart attack and stroke while dramatically improving your health and life with your loved ones.

ELIMINATE heart attack and stroke while dramatically improving your health and life with your loved ones.

Every 20 to 30 seconds in the United States, someone has a heart attack or stroke, many of which are repeat events. Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death and disability for men and women in this country.

You don’t have to be a victim – there is a way to reduce the risk and PREVENT stroke and cardiovascular disease. In fact, you can turn your health around in as little as 3 months!

Gina Pritchard, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Director of The Prevent! Clinic is committed to helping you live free from the fear of heart attack and stroke.

If you’ve recently had a health scare or someone you love has experienced a stroke or heart attack, it’s important to find out what your options are.
If you:

  • Worry that you or a loved one is at risk of having a stroke or heart attack
  • Have high blood pressure
  • You or someone you love has had a stroke or heart attack and want to know how to prevent future incidents
  • Have been told you are at high risk, but don’t know exactly what to do to
  • Experience unexplained pain in your chest and fear it may get worse
  • Don’t know who to go to find out how at risk you are or what to do about it

The first step to better health is to take the complimentary “Rate My Heart Attack Risk” assessment – this comprehensive quiz will help you identify the primary risk factors and give you solid steps to move toward the health and vitality you desire.

The PREVENT Membership is designed to help you understand the clinical experience, scientific research, genetic testing, in-depth lipid analysis, and technological advances now available to help you prevent or minimize the risks of Heart Attack and Stroke. By incorporating these latest methods you’ll have the tools you need to avoid these preventable diseases, and even the closely related disease – Adult Onset Type 2 Diabetes.

Click here to start the journey to protect yourself from a heart attack!

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