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American Heart Association
Love Your Heart
- 2023 Love Your Heart Report
- 2022 Love Your Heart Report
- 2021 Love Your Heart Report
- 2020 Love Your Heart Report
- 2019 Love Your Heart Report
- 2019 Data Presentation
- 2018 Love Your Heart Report
- 2018 Data Presentation
- 2017 Love Your Heart Report
- 2017 Data Presentation
- 2016 Love Your Heart Report
- 2016 Data Presentation
- 2015 Love Your Heart Report
- 2015 Data Presentation
SAVE THE DATE
GET INVOLVED WITH LOVE YOUR HEART
We Need Host Sites and Medical Volunteers!
Love Your Heart is an annual event in which organizations from across the U.S. and Mexico join together to provide free blood pressure screenings to the public. Love Your Heart annually helps tens of thousands of people get to know their blood pressure numbers and take charge of their own heart health.
Interested in hosting a blood pressure screening site?
Organizations from every sector - business, healthcare, education, non-profit, faith-based – are needed to host blood pressure screening sites and help promote the event. You can complete an application to let us know that your organization is available to host free blood pressure screenings to the public or your clients and employees.
Interested in Volunteering for Love Your Heart?
We are looking for general volunteers, as well as certified medical workers, such as doctors, pharmacists, dentists, nurses, firefighters, paramedics, or other credentialed individuals who are trained in taking blood pressure readings manually.
As a Medical Volunteer, you will be assigned to support a Love Your Heart screening site within San Diego County by conducting blood pressure screenings. Most sites are active between 8am-5pm, though shorter shifts may be assigned.
If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT LOVE YOUR HEART
Love Your Heart is an annual event in which organizations from across the U.S. and Mexico join together to provide FREE blood pressure screenings to the public on or near Valentine's Day. The event brings together community partners to prevent heart disease and stroke and empowers the public to take control of their heart health, know their blood pressure numbers, and know what they mean.
The 2023 event had over 46,365 participants screened online and in-person at 386 sites across the U.S. and Mexico, with over 3,200 blood pressure cuffs distributed across San Diego County.