South Jersey Healthcare is dedicated to caring for the hearts of our community. To raise awareness about the importance of heart health, SJH has launched a heart attack awareness campaign called “Keep the Beat, Listen to Your Heart.”
You can care for the hearts of those you love by listening to your heart. Familiarize yourself with the signs of a heart attack and if you or a loved one experiences these symptoms, call 9-1-1 immediately.
Here on our Web site, you’ll find information about heart attach awareness, prevention, treatment of heart disease in your community and the SJH cardiovascular team.
Raising Awareness about the Difference in Heart Attack Symptoms Between Men and Women.
Heart disease is an equal opportunity killer. While it doesn’t discriminate between men and women, their symptoms are not the same. Do you know the difference?
Women often display different symptoms than men during a heart attack. Click here to learn more.
South Jersey Healthcare is joining the charge to educate the community about women’s
heart attack symptoms. Read the full story here.
Learning more about prevention and how to keep your heart healthy. Your family depends on you for so much, and that’s why your good health is so important.
How To Keep A Healthy Heart
Do you know how to keep your heart healthy? Click here to learn some nutrition tips to keep your heart healthy.
Exercise is essential for a healthy heart. Need some motivation to get your exercise plan started? Here are some tips to get you started.
For more heart healthy information, visit the American Heart Association Web site or Womensheart.org
What heart attack treatment is available in my community?
You want the best possible care for your family. And when it comes to a heart attack, you want them to receive the highest quality care. At South Jersey Healthcare, you can rest assured that our
highly skilled cardiovascular team offers quality care, right here in our community.
Click here to learn more about the community’s first full service cardiac catheterization lab at the SJH Regional Medical Center in Vineland.
Read the story about how SJH is working to reduce disparities in heart failure care for African Americans and Latinos through a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.