COVID-19 Resources

Cardiac Partners is committed to your health and safety. We’re actively monitoring all COVID-19 updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and taking the necessary steps to ensure our patients and staff are staying safe at this time.

In the face of this pandemic, it is vitally important that you continue to maintain good overall health. And Cardiac Partners is here to help you manage your heart health both at home and during your visits. Here are some important resources to make sure you have the most up to date information on COVID-19, its impact on heart health, and what you can expect when getting care at a Cardiac Partners facility.


What Should Heart Patient Know About COVID-19?

By now, it’s clear that COVID-19 poses a dangerous risk to many people with pre-existing conditions. For those with a cardiac condition, there are even more potential risks. Read more.

Heart Health Outcomes of COVID-19

It’s now becoming more clear that the COVID-19 virus could have lasting effects on the way your heart works, even for patients without pre-existing heart conditions. But what if you are already dealing with a heart condition, or are recovering from a recent cardiovascular episode? Cardiac Partners offers treatment options and prevention methods to help keep you healthy. Read more.

How COVID-19 Treatments Could Affect Heart Patients

Although there isn’t yet a definitive treatment for COVID-19, there are options depending on your symptoms and their severity. If you have a heart condition, you should know your treatment options and how they may affect your cardiovascular health before getting treated. Read more.

Home Exercises for Cardiac Rehabilitation

If you’ve experienced heart attack, heart failure, angioplasty or heart surgery, you’re probably enrolled in a cardiac rehabilitation program with your health care provider. Cardiac rehab is an important part of managing and improving your heart health. Read more.


If you have questions about managing your heart health, scheduling an appointment or visiting a facility, please contact us at 877-200-9592.