Your HEART score was between 0-2

at Your Recent Chest Pain Emergency Room Visit

Chest pain can happen for a number of reasons. Sometimes the cause can't be determined. The testing completed in the Emergency Department did NOT show any evidence of a heart attack. This was based on blood work, an electrocardiogram (ECG), the exam, and your personal risk factors.  However, even if everything appears normal, your chest pain may be an early warning sign of a possible FUTURE heart attack or heart condition.

Because your HEART score was between 0-2, you should see a Primary Care physician within 7 days for a follow up.  Further evaluation and testing will help check if your heart is working correctly.

If you do not have a Primary Care physician, please call 1-844-260-7151* or fill out the form and we’ll contact you with several doctors who can see you for a quick follow up appointment.  

*If you would like to call AND your ER visit occurred Thursday-Saturday, please tell our representative you need a follow up appointment with a primary care provider within 3 business days. This will help ensure you are seen within the recommended time frame following your ED visit.

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