Is Your Heart at Risk?
Knowing your risk for heart disease is a key factor in keeping your heart healthy. With this free health risk assessment, you can calculate your risk personal level of risk and understand the factors that impact this outcome.
Understanding your risk factors may help save your life. But, learning Hands-Only CPR may save someone else’s. Check out our resources to learn the latest on how to perform Hands-Only CPR. For Hands-Only CPR, it should only be performed on teenagers and adults, age ranges 13 years old and above. For children and infants please visit The American Heart Association for more information.
Common Heart Problems
Even if your symptoms aren’t an emergency, it could be a sign of other serious heart problems. Although you may not always feel or think you are at risk for heart disease symptoms, they could be impacting how well your heart functions. Common conditions include:
The breadth of cardiovascular services offered through the Methodist Heart network ranges from performing milestone “first” procedures in Texas, to being the only system offering an array of comprehensive cardiovascular services comparable to nationally recognized leaders. At the center of this program is the Methodist Heart Institute (currently Hospital) located at Methodist Hospital in the South Texas Medical Center, which offers the most comprehensive and specialized cardiovascular services in the region.
Methodist Heart Locations
- Methodist Heart Institute at Methodist Hospital
- Methodist Children’s Heart Institute
- Methodist Hospital Metropolitan
- Methodist Hospital Northeast
- Methodist Hospital Texsan
- Methodist Hospital South
- Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant
- Methodist Hospital Stone Oak
The Patient Journey
Justin Moreno was otherwise healthy and still in his 20s when he suddenly had signs of heart failure. Learn how ECMO (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation), the most advanced form of life-support, gave Justin a second chance.
Hear their stories
Save a Life!
Stream our Spotify playlist to hear catchy tunes that are 100-120 beats per minute, which is the speed that the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends to keep the right tempo while giving hands-only CPR. Help save a life by learning hands-only CPR today!
A few of the songs to select from include:
- Stayin' Alive by Bee Gees
- Can’t Stop the Feeling by Justin Timberlake
- MMMBop by Hanson
- It’s My Life by Bon Jovi
- Baby Shark by Pinkfong