Listen to Your Heart

Download Your Guide to Better Heart Health for Women

Across the world, heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death. In the United States, heart disease kills about one of every five women.

Stay informed and learn about the importance of keeping healthy so you can take action and protect yourself against heart disease.

In your free eGuide, you will receive heart-healthy information including:
  • What is Heart Disease
  • How Does Heart Disease Affect Women
  • Risk Factors
  • Heart Attack Symptoms
  • How to Reduce Your Risk
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Call us at 844-932-8444 to request a consultation with a Virtua Health Heart Specialist.

If you or someone you know is having ongoing or severe chest pain, call 911.

Fill out the form below to get your free guide to heart health for women.

Additional Virtua Cardiology Resources

With a team of more than 100 cardiac experts, Virtua provides comprehensive cardiac care, from medical cardiology to interventional procedures to advanced cardiac surgery. And, we're in the community, helping protect the hearts and lives of our neighbors through wellness and prevention programs.

We are also proud to provide our community with information and resources on how to live a healthier, heart-friendly lifestyle. Below please find additional resources to help you achieve a healthy heart.
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Quiz: How Heart-Healthy Are Your Habits?

Are your lifestyle choices good for your heart, or are there small (or big) changes you can make to keep your heart healthy? Take our quiz to find out.
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HeartTalk Magazine

HeartTalk magazine helps you stay well with the latest expert advice on preventing and managing cardiovascular disease, focusing on living a heart-healthy lifestyle.
Young Mother Finds Support for Anxiety After Rare Cardiac Event

Susan Campbell, a 39-year-old mother of two small children from Haddon Township, NJ, simply didn’t feel right on the morning of September 29, 2017. As Susan describes:

I felt an impending sense of doom…I thought about laying my head down on the table, but knew I would not wake up if I did.

Susan called 911 and arrived by ambulance to Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. There, physicians diagnosed her with spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD), which had caused a blockage in her heart that resulted in a heart attack.

Read more about how Virtua’s support groups were an important part of Susan’s recovery and rehabilitation process in years following the event.