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​​​​​​​​Heart Care

Whether you need a stress test, are experiencing chest pain or simply want to learn more about taking care of your heart, Floyd has the medical expertise and service-oriented care you want. Floyd has provided cardiology services for more than 30 years. 

​Today, Floyd is a certified chest pain center with three cardiac catheterization labs capable of providing a full complement of diagnostic services along with interventional cardiology services including angioplasty, medicated stents, implanting defibrillators and pacemakers and heart failure care.

In the community, our outreach teams provide everything from routine blood pressure checks and EKGs to education about early heart attack care and hands-only CPR.

Trusting Floyd with your heart, means you are choosing a nationally recognized quality program that offers education, diagnostics, treatment and rehabilitation services. Our goal is to help you reach your highest potential from a staff that is compassionate, supportive, knowledgeable and focused on you.

Expertise You Can Trust

When you need heart care, you want to be confident in the professionals caring for you. Learn More

How Stress and Anxiety Affect Your Heart


Whether you tend to burn the candle at both ends or you are drowning under a pile of circumstances and responsibilities, the resulting stress may be taking a greater toll than you realize. Floyd's heart experts provide tips to help ease your stress, and protect your heart.

What is a stress test?


Marenda Russell, Heart Failure Coordinator at Floyd Medical Center, discusses stress tests.



Quick Response to Heart Attack Signs


Learn how Floyd Medical Center’s ER nurses help accelerate care when a patient has signs of a heart attack. Getting an EKG test quickly identifies a heart event faster. Time is muscle and our expert team act fast to minimize heart damage.


What is a heart cath?


Keri Bush, Chest Pain Center Coordinator at Floyd Medical Center, discusses heart caths.


Risk Factors, Signs and Symptoms


Dr. Jacquelyn Terry, Floyd Primary Care Physician and Robin Cater, Clinical Educator discuss risk factors, signs and symptoms of heart disease, particularly among women.