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Women's Cardiovascular Health Center

Even as women spend time and energy managing their family's heart health, they often neglect their own potential cardiovascular risks.

At the Johns Hopkins Women’s Cardiovascular Health Center in Baltimore, Maryland, we believe that every woman should make cardiovascular care a part of her health care routine.

Comprehensive, coordinated care

Our unique cardiovascular health program combines advanced medical treatment with a whole-body approach to preventing and managing heart disease. Our multidisciplinary team combines experienced cardiologists from the Johns Hopkins Heart & Vascular Institute with fitness, nutrition, and mental health experts.

Together, we offer a range of cardiovascular services tailored for women—including risk assessment and evaluation of cardiovascular symptoms, lifestyle management, diagnostic testing, and treatment.

With convenient locations on the Bayview campus and in Columbia

The main location for the Women's Cardiovascular Health Center is on the campus of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center on Eastern Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
301 Building
Suite 3300
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We have an alternate location in Columbia Maryland.

Johns Hopkins Cardiology - Columbia
5450 Knoll North Drive
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Request an appointment

Why not start managing your heart health today? Whether you’re interested in preventing heart disease or are seeking treatment for an existing condition, schedule an appointment at 410-550-5191.

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U.S. 1-410-464-6713 (toll free)
International +1-410-614-6424

 
 
 
 
 

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