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Caring for Men’s Whole Health

For Your Whole Life

Keeping you healthy through every stage of life is our primary goal at AdventHealth Heart of Florida, formerly Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center. That’s why we bring so many specialists together — primary care doctors, lab technicians, physical and occupational therapists, nutritionists, urologists, cardiologists, geriatric specialists and the like — to give you options for managing every aspect of your health, so you can feel whole in body, mind and spirit.

We’re here to help you find the right physician or a location that’s convenient for you.

Men’s Medical Care

A Lifelong Partnership in Wellness

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Be the Best Version of Yourself

Men’s Care You Can Count On

You work hard to care for your family and give your loved ones the best life has to offer. But those are tough shoes to fill if you aren’t in your best health. The skilled men’s wellness team at AdventHealth Heart of Florida combines their skills to provide the best possible care for men of all ages.  

Personalized Men’s Care

For Your Unique Needs

You’re the sum of all your parts, so our men’s care doctors look at your family history and risk factors for diabetes, heart disease, cancer and more, to help you best manage your health. We pay attention to what you eat, your activity level, how you manage stress, what you like to do for recreation and so much more.

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Recognize the Signs of Heart Attack

When Every Minute Counts

Heart attack symptoms vary widely among men, from acute chest pain to no chest pain at all. Learning to recognize heart attack symptoms in men, can potentially save a life. The symptoms can include: 

  • Cold sweat
  • Chest discomfort (pain or pressure that lasts a few minutes or goes away and comes back)
  • Lightheadedness
  • Nausea (with or without vomiting)
  • Shortness of breath
  • Upper body pain (back, neck, jaw or stomach)

If you or a loved one show signs or symptoms of a heart attack, call 911 immediately. Do NOT attempt to drive yourself to the hospital.