Heart & Vascular Screening

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​​​​​​$29 Heart & Vascular Screening​

Are you 60 or older? 

Are you age 50 with one or more of the following risk factors? 

  • High cholesterol 

  • High blood pressure 

  • Diabetes 

  • History of smoking 

  • ​Prior heart disease or heart surgery

  • ​Family history of vascular disease, including stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure, kidney failure, sudden cardiac death, or abdominal aortic aneurysms.

If the answer is “yes”, you may be at risk for heart and vascular disease and are eligible to receive a $29, 15-minute, non-invasive screening to detect:

  • Stroke & Heart Attack Risks 

  • Aneurysms 

  • Atrial Fibrillation (AFib)

Heart and vascular disease does not always have symptoms, but can lead to a life-threatening or disabling stroke or heart attack. Our new screening program uses advanced technology to provide a completely pain-free and non-invasive screening in just 15 minutes. Results are sent to you and your primary care physician. 

15 minutes could save your life. 


Call 513-585-2668 to schedule or click here​ to request an appointment:


The screening includes three quick tests that can diagnose: atrial fibrillationabdominal aortic aneurysm​, carotid artery stenosis and peripheral vascular disease​.

How Are The Screenings Done? ​

AAA and Carotid Artery Screening  

For these tests you will lie on your back on an exam table. The vascular sonographer will apply a small amount of clear gel to your abdomen and/or neck. An ultrasound transducer is moved painlessly over the area to acquire images and assess blood flow.


Abdominal Screening  

We ask that you fast for six hours prior to your test, and eat a light meal the night before. You may take your medications with water. For the carotid artery test there is no preparation needed, just wear a loose open-collar shirt or blouse.


Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) Screening  

For ​this test you will lie on your back on an exam table. The vascular sonographer will use blood pressure cuffs and a special Doppler ultrasound transducer to measure the pressures in each arm, and in the arteries of both ankles.​

Atrial Fibrillation

New electrocardiogram (EKG) technology checks for electrical issues with your heart by just the touch of your hand.



The screening will be reviewed by a Christ Hospital vascular physician. You and your physician will each receive a final report within a few days of your screening.


Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospitals

The Christ Hospital has been named among the Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospitals in U.S. by Truven Health Analytics for 10 years.

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