Clinicians from the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center are dedicated to improving women's heart health and have joined the American Heart Association in the Go Red for Women movement.
|Specialized Cardiac Care
The Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Heart Center provides a unique clinical service – cardiac care designed specifically for women. There are differences in the way physicians diagnose and treat men and women with heart disease, making it important to offer specialized cardiac care for women.
Your Health questions answered
GO RED EVENTSFriday, February 1
Don’t Miss a Beat
Heart Disease in Women:
Know Your Risks
Noon to 1:00 pm
Sarah Tsiaras, MD, of the Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program, will share insight and answer questions about heart disease in women.
A light lunch will be served.
Friday, February 1
National Wear Red Day!
Wear red today. Mass General departments that submit a photo of all people wearing red will be
entered into a drawing for a free lunch.
To enter: Submit your photo of your department to MGHHVSInstitute@partners.org. Photos must be submitted by Friday, February 8 at 5:00 pm.
The winners will be announced on Friday, February 15.
Learn more (PDF)
- Learn how heart disease is different for women
Find information about symptoms and risk factors
- Read about the myths of heart disease
Misconceptions have created a gender gap in treatment of women with cardiovascular disease
- Download a brochure (PDF)
Learn more about specialized cardiac care for women at the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center
- Make an appointment at the Heart Center
Request an appointment online or call 866-MGH-8910 to begin the appointment process
- Contact the Heart Center
Call 866-MGH-8910 to learn more about the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center
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- Congenital heart patient champions women’s heart health
Mass General Heart Center patient Debby Flaherty-Kizer is an advocate for women’s heart health across the country
- Raising heart disease awareness
Jennifer McIntyre, RN, a Mass General nurse and Heart Center patient joins the AHA's Boston Heart Walk
Learn about the American Heart Association
Learn about the movement and how you can get involved in your community
- Assess your main cardiovascular health risk factors
Call the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center outpatient access nurse at 866-MGH-8910
Our approach to patient care brings together a team of cardiac specialists who create a personalized treatment plan for each patient.