Our Services

Compassionate Cardiovascular Care

At Prevail Heart clinics of America, we understand that you have mixed feelings about seeking diagnosis and treatment for your medical condition. You may feel nervous about what your physician might discover during testing. You may feel apprehensive about undergoing a needed procedure. You may feel helpless to change certain lifestyle habits, such as overindulging at mealtimes or smoking. The physicians at Prevail Heart clinics of America understand the complex emotions that accompany serious medical treatment. We want you to feel confident that you have placed your care in the very best hands possible. Combining “big city” medical treatment with “small town” compassionate care, we provide accurate diagnoses, comprehensive treatment plans, and resources for controlling, preventing, and even reversing your condition.

Patient Empowerment Through Education

The physicians at Prevail Heart clinics of America believe in the power of patient education. We will discuss any issues identified during your examination and testing, present appropriate treatment options, and talk to you about changes you can make to improve your condition. When you feel well-informed about the causes, symptoms, and long-term effects of your cardiovascular health, you feel more able to take charge. As an active participant in improving your overall wellbeing, you have the power to change those lifestyle factors that have been keeping you from enjoying optimal heart health.

State-of-the-Art Cardiology and Vascular Services

Our physicians are widely respected heart and vascular specialists who can diagnose and treat a range of disorders including:

  • Angina (Chest Pain)
  • Varicose Veins/Spider Veins
  • Coronary Heart Disease
  • Heart Attacks
  • Heart Failure
  • Heart Valve Disorders
  • Hypertension
  • Lipid Disorders
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease
  • Strokes
  • Aneurysms


Early identification and diagnosis of cardiovascular disorders allows us to provide you with the most conservative treatment plan possible. If your primary care physician has recommended you visit a cardiologist due to increased risk factors such as age, weight, or family history, do not wait until you have symptoms. When dealing with your heart health, being proactive could save your life.