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James Beckerman, M.D., cardiologist and medical director of prevention at Providence Heart Institute, offers everyday ways to keep your heart healthy and strong.
Providence Heart Institute’s heart transplant program, the largest of its kind in Oregon, has received certification from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
The new Clinical Institutes program at Providence Health ensures the highest standards of care for patients in key service areas.
February is American Heart Month! Join us for this live broadcast on thinking with your heart and keeping your heart in mind when making everyday choices.
Heart health is critical to overall health. Learn about heart rate, heart monitoring and what you need to know to care for your heart.
Improving heart health is easier than you think. Hear from the experts in the Providence Heart to Start podcast about setting goals that you can achieve.
Diets rich in healthy fats, antioxidants and fiber can keep cholesterol levels in check. Learn about cholesterol-friendly foods to add to your plate.
Your heart deserves the best – especially during an outbreak or an epidemic. Learn why it’s important to see your doctor and how we’re keeping you safe.
An inspiring story about how basketball maven Howard White got a new heart. Watch now.
See the many ways Providence Heart Institute is creating the future of heart care today, through innovative patient care, prevention and wellness programs, and research.