Celebrate Five Years of BCH’s HeartScan Program

Celebrate Five Years of BCH’s HeartScan Program

Get a HeartScan for Half Price

A HeartScan is a safe, painless and fast method for measuring the calcium (plaque) level in your coronary arteries. Measuring plaque has proven to be a good predictor of future heart problems. Early detection is vital, because the development of heart disease can be slowed or even reversed by proper medical management and lifestyle changes.

Scans are appropriate for individuals with risk factors for heart disease, as well as those who want reassurance about their personal health. BCH HeartScans are reviewed by board-certified radiologists and a written report is mailed within 48 hours. If your scan indicates a problem, a radiologist will call you or your physician.

For the fifth year in a row, half-price HeartScans are available thanks to the generosity of grateful patients Leonard and Nancie Velick. The Velicks are once again honoring Dr. Jamie Doucet — one of Boulder Community Health’s most gifted cardiologists — by donating the funds to make a limited number of discounted HeartScans available to our community during February, which is American Heart Month.

The discounted rate will be $117 (half the normal rate) per patient. These scans are available for adults 50+ on a limited basis, while supplies last, at these three BCH locations.

  • Community Medical Center (CMC), Lafayette
  • Erie Medical Center, Erie
  • Foothills Hospital, Boulder

See below for how to schedule — today.

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