Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital is partnering with Life Line Screening to provide vascular screenings to the southeast community on November 2 and November 4, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital, 11800 Astoria Boulevard.
As the nation's largest provider of vascular screenings, Life Line screenings help prevent the first and third leading causes of death in the United States - heart disease and stroke. The painless screenings can help identify risk factors that lead to stroke and other vascular issues before they even occur.
"These screenings are important because it gives people the opportunity to detect potentially life-threatening diseases before they strike," explains Erin Asprec, chief executive officer for Memorial Hermann Southeast. "Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States. In fact, cardiovascular diseases kill nearly 12 times as many American females as breast cancer and strokes claim a life every three minutes. These diseases are considered "silent killers" that strike with no previous symptoms or only subtle ones. A simple screening may prevent death or disability."
"Combining Life Line Screening's preventive service with Memorial Hermann's diagnostic and treatment abilities creates a continuity of care that is unsurpassed in this area," continued Asprec. "We have a commitment to the community to prevent catastrophic events like stroke and other vascular diseases, and this partnership is an important part of that commitment."
Provided screenings include:
The stroke, vascular disease and heart rhythm package includes screenings #1 - #4 for $139. Add the osteoporosis screening for $10 - all five tests for $149.
Pre-registration is required. Call 1-800-690-0289 to make an appointment.