8 ways to protect yourself from a stroke
More than 130,000 Americans die from strokes each year. Yet most strokes can be prevented with medication and healthy habits.
During this time of public health concern, the Heart and Vascular Center at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center remains open for appointments, including telehealth or video visits. For all in-person visits, you can feel secure in the knowledge that our locations are safe. We’ve taken significant measures to minimize the risk of the spread of COVID-19 and worked tirelessly to ensure that our patients are protected.
To schedule an appointment, call 614-293-ROSS. Visit our COVID-19 page to get the latest information about how Ohio State is handling the outbreak.
If you’re experiencing an emergency, call 911. Don’t wait and don’t risk driving yourself to the hospital.
If you have a heart rhythm disorder, you need an experienced team on your side that can get the condition under control and provide you relief from your symptoms. Heart and vascular experts at Ohio State have the skills and techniques to do just this. Our team offers the latest in diagnostic and treatment options
The Ohio State Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital has an entire floor dedicated to the care of patients with arrhythmia. The staff members of this specialized unit, from our physicians to our nurses and support staff, are experts in the care and management of heart rhythm disorders. We coordinate care between your physicians and staff to improve efficiency and outcomes. Our facilities and services include:
National leaders in the field of cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, our team offers leading-edge diagnostic and treatment options for heart rhythm conditions. We offer cardiac event monitor devices for you to wear over the course of several weeks at home to help accurately diagnose your heart rhythm disorder.
The treatment options we offer include: