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Additional Cardiology Services

Everything we do circulates around the heart

Our care doesn’t end with rehab. St. Luke’s cardiology services range from anticoagulation clinics to women’s heart health. It’s all designed to keep your heart and vascular system running at its best.

Anticoagulation Clinic

St. Luke's Anticoagulation Clinic provides education, laboratory monitoring and dosage adjustment for patients taking anticoagulants, or blood thinners, such as warfarin (Coumadin) in order to prevent clot formation and minimize the risk of excessive bleeding.

Clinic staff monitors each patient to make sure the dosage is great enough to prevent clot formation, without increasing the risk of excessive bleeding. For patients on anticoagulants, several factors can affect the time it takes for blood to clot, including activity level, medications, diet and current health status (such as colds, flu, infection, etc.).

To learn more, call 218.249.3057.

Complex Valve Clinic

Cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons coordinate the evaluation and treatment of patients with severe valvular heart disease. To learn more visit: St. Luke's Complex Valve Clinic

Lipid Clinic

St. Luke's Lipid Clinic serves highly motivated patients who have had a cardiac event or a family history of heart disease. Working with our nurse practitioners, patients create goals and action plans to help them reduce their risk of future cardiac events. Based on the individual's health goals, the clinic staff offers guidance and support to help patients:

  • Exercise regularly
  • Quit smoking
  • Achieve and maintain a healthy weight and body mass index (BMI)
  • Manage blood sugars and cholesterol
  • Lower blood pressure

To learn more, call 218.249.3057.

Women’s Heart Clinic

During an initial visit to the Women's Heart Clinic, you’ll undergo a series of tests to determine your risk of heart disease. From there, clinic staff, in partnership with St. Luke's primary care physicians and other specialists, develop individualized care plans to fit your life.

For more information, visit: St. Luke's Women's Heart Clinic