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Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is often called the "silent killer." That’s because it often has no symptoms. But it can cause serious damage to the arteries, heart and kidneys. And left untreated, it can lead to heart attacks and strokes.

Lifestyle changes and medication can help lower blood pressure. But no matter how you manage your high blood pressure, chances are that lifelong treatment will be needed.


We can help you manage your high blood pressure

Caring for and taking steps to prevent high blood pressure has huge health benefits. Because of this, many of our primary care offices offer our high blood pressure management program. It can dramatically reduce emergency room and hospital visits.

Other benefits include:

  • You’ll learn about the latest medical therapies and lifestyle changes. 
  • We’ll give you information about tests, treatment plans, and food and exercise guidelines.
  • Our team-based approach means someone is always available to answer your questions.

To learn more, talk to your doctor. Or click on "Find care" below.

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