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What We Do 

Our Mission

To combat the epidemic of cardiovascular disease in the North America and European countries

To help individuals undertake personalized management of their artery and heart health

To eliminate cardiac events, like heart attacks, strokes, and amputations from Peripheral Artery Disease

HeartSavers Clinics Specializes in Heart Disease Detection and Treatment


Other screening methods like MRIs, CT Scans, X-rays, ultrasounds, stress tests and annual physicals and wellness exams can only identify heart disease at later stages — when plaque has built up in the blood vessels and have started to deteriorate the health of the heart and blood vessels.

Early Heart Disease Detection

Early Heart Disease Detection

HeartSavers Clinics detection method identifies heart disease at a much earlier stage.  We follow the mantra of “early detect to protect”.  Screening should begin for individuals as early as their 30’s and 40’s before plaque has begun to build up within the blood vessels.  And yet, if a person is in their 50’s, 60’s or beyond, the HeartSavers Clinics program can help determine the extent of any heart disease that may exist all of which can help move toward a proper treatment plan. 

Our method identifies the elasticity of both the small blood vessels (where most cases of heart disease starts) and which the hardening of the small arteries leads to plaque buildup in the large arteries which in turn can progress to strokes or heart attacks.


HeartSavers Clinics got its beginning more than 20 years ago through its affiliation with the Rasmussen Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention at the University of Minnesota.

HeartSavers Clinics is a real medical clinical program and not just a screening program.  You will visit HeartSavers Clinics in actual clinical settings with licensed medical practitioners.  All results of your tests (with your signed approval) will be provided to your primary care physician or other medical professional from which you receive yearly care.

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Dr. Jay N. Cohn, MD

Jay N. Cohn, M.D., is Professor of Medicine and served as Director of the Cardiovascular Division from 1974-1996. He was instrumental in initiating the subspecialty of heart failure and founded the Heart Failure Society of America, of which he served as its first president, and the Journal of Cardiac Failure, which he served as its first Editor in Chief. His research has transitioned over the years from management of heart failure and severe cardiovascular diseases to an emphasis on early detection and preventive therapy through the HeartSavers - Rasmussen Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention.

Maury Taylor

Maury Taylor is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Cardiology Prevention, LLC, doing business as HeartSavers Clinics. Cardiology Prevention, LLC is the industry leader in pre-clinical detection, evaluation, and treatment of cardiovascular disease  in asymptomatic patients. In addition to the HeartSavers Clinics, Cardiology Prevention, LLC has two additional operating units:  CVProfilor, with its FDA approved diagnostic equipment, and the ​CardioVascular Centers, which provide  the International licensing of The HeartSavers Clinics program.  Mr. Taylor was the founder and CEO of Chronimed Medical.

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