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Healthy Heart Ambassador Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring program

Program Partners

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Hight Health

Forest Park Ministers Association

JenCare Senior Medical Center Forest Park

About the Program

  1. The HHA Program is a 4-month program to encourage self-monitoring and recording of blood pressure and heart-healthy eating.

  2. Individuals who meet the qualifications to enroll in the HHA-BPSM program will receive ongoing support from a Healthy Heart Ambassador.

  3. The individual will be encouraged to monitor and track their blood pressure and attend monthly Nutrition Education Seminars.

  4. A doctor’s referral is required, and participants will be encouraged to share their blood pressure measures with their providers.

8 Program Benefits

  1. Reduce your risk for heart attack, stroke, or heart disease

  2. 1:1 support through 10-minute consults and drop-ins

  3. Develop the habit of self-monitoring

  4. Lower or better manage your blood pressure

  5. Free gift cards and health items throughout the program

  6. 1 leased electronic blood pressure monitor

  7. Priority registration to monthly nutrition education seminars

  8. Phone, email, and text access to your Program Facilitator

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To Qualify You Must

  1. Be at least 18 years old

  2. Have a diagnosis of high blood pressure

  3. Have no cardiac events within the past 12 months

  4. Have no history of atrial fibrillation or other arrhythmias

  5. Not be at risk for lymphedema

Get Involved

3 Truths About High Blood Pressure


Black Adults

Black adults are 2x as likely as White adults to die from preventable heart disease.



A person's location may impact their access and awareness to available disease management resources.

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Young People

High blood pressure doesn't just affect aging adults. Nearly 1 in 4 adults aged 20 to 44 have high blood pressure.

Take the first step towards a healthier life!

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