Screenings of your heart can help you make sure your heart stays healthy. Get the screening that's right for you. Call 877.566.4660 to schedule an appointment.
A simple blood pressure test can help determine if you are at risk for serious health conditions, including heart attack, stroke, kidney failure and peripheral arterial disease.
Your family health history matters when it comes to risks of heart failure. That's why we use a simple questionnaire about you and your family's health to help you recognize possible risk factors.
Cost: $35 ($25 with pre-payment)
A simple blood test helps determine your risk for heart disease. The test measures each type of cholesterol and your blood sugar level.
Cost: $30 ($20 with pre-payment)
This special type of ultrasound exam lets us observe how your heart functions. It helps detect signs of heart disease or abnormalities of the heart muscle and valves.
Cost: $10 ($5 with pre-payment)
By checking your pulse and the blood flow throughout your legs, we can determine signs of peripheral artery disease.
(physician referral required)
We use this heart scan to determine if you have calcium buildup on the walls of the arteries. Calcium deposits narrow the arteries and increase your risk of a heart attack.
Cost: $50 (pre-payment required)
Three non-invasive and painless screening tests detect vascular problems.
Carotid scan – We use an ultrasound to scan the carotid artery in the head and neck and a blood pressure check to identify severe hypertension. These exams can detect the most frequent cause of stroke – significant internal carotid artery stenosis.
Aortic scan – This ultrasound scan checks the aorta, the body’s main artery. We use the scan to identify a bulge in the artery – called an aneurysm – that needs treatment.
PAD scan – An ultrasound exam helps us determine if you have any impairment in the circulation to your limbs. The exam also can identify blockages in the leg arteries, tell the severity of the blockage and determine if you need treatment for peripheral arterial disease.
You can schedule the screenings that are right for you at IU Health Goshen. You also can get answers from our health professionals about your health concerns, as well as get next-step recommendations, based on your results.
For a cardiac calcium score test, you will need a referral from your doctor. You do not need to be a patient of IU Health Goshen for any of the screenings.