How Healthy Is Your Heart?
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Take Northwest Physicians' free heart risk assessment to find out your heart's relative age and to learn more about your personal risk factors.

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What's Your Heart's Real Age?

Are you young at heart? Or have lifestyle factors or family history made your heart old beyond your years?

Take Northwest Physicians' free heart risk assessment to find out your heart's relative age and to learn more about your personal risk factors. You'll also receive tips to help you take control of your heart health and an instant report to share with your doctor.

Taking good care of your heart can help reduce your risk of heart disease and help you live a long and healthy life. The heart care team at Northwest Physicians is with you every step of the way - from preventive screenings and lifestyle support, through minimally invasive treatments and life-saving emergency care.

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Why Choose Us?

Our physicians and providers are proud to be affiliated with Northwest Health, the largest health system in Northwest Arkansas. With five hospitals, Northwest Health has three accredited Chest Pain Centers - in Bentonville, Siloam Springs and Springdale.

Northwest Medical Center - Springdale was the first hospital in Northwest Arkansas to provide open-heart surgery and achieve Cycle IV Chest Pain Center Accreditation with Primary PCI through ACC Accreditation Services (American College of Cardiology). Northwest Medical Center – Bentonville also earned the same accreditation, and both hospitals maintain this accreditation today (now cycle V) to show Northwest Health's continued commitment to providing high quality care for your heart when you need it most.

Northwest Medical Center - Springdale was also among the first 50 hospitals nationwide chosen to participate in a new study to identify the best treatment for people who experience cardiogenic shock following a heart attack (also called acute myocardial infarction - cardiogenic shock, or AMI-CS). Called the National Cardiogenic Shock Initiative (NCSI), this multicenter study assessed the feasibility of whether outcomes in cardiogenic shock can be improved by using standardized best practices such as inserting a special heart pump to protect patients during percutaneous coronary interventions.

From prevention to diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, numerous services are available throughout our five-hospital network.

Our Services Include:

  • Diagnostic and imaging technology to find heart disease early, when it's most treatable
  • Cardiac catheterization
  • Open-heart surgeries including coronary bypass and valve repair
  • Cardiac defibrillator andbiventricular pacemaker insertion
  • Carotid stenting
  • Venous stenting
  • Heart failure care
  • Specialized treatment for heart rhythm disorders (atrial fibrillation)
  • Cardiac rehabilitation that combines education, support and exercise therapy

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking special precautions to keep our offices and other care environments safe for every patient.

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