COVID-19: PeaceHealth is open, with safe virtual and in-person visits.
Learn more about our safety measures and visitor restrictions.

No visitors are allowed in freestanding clinics except for those accompanying patients needing assistance.

If you have a fever, cough or other symptoms of possible infection, notify us when you schedule an appointment and before you arrive. If you’re having a medical emergency, call 911. Upon arrival, everyone will receive a symptom and temperature check. Anyone with an elevated temperature will be connected with appropriate care.

Know the Symptoms of a Heart Attack

Taking steps to prevent heart disease is important, but you also need to recognize the warning signs of a heart attack.

Symptoms can be different for women—and they can be more subtle. It’s crucial to get help at the onset of symptoms.

Symptoms include:

  • Chest pain
  • Feeling breathless—for women, this may occur without chest pain of any kind
  • Flu-like symptoms—specifically nausea, clamminess or cold sweats
  • Unexplained fatigue, weakness or dizziness
  • Pain in upper back, shoulders, arm, neck or jaw
  • Feelings of anxiety or doom

If you experience any of these symptoms, call your doctor or 911, or go to an emergency room.

Oregon Heart & Vascular Institute (OHVI)
3311 RiverBend Dr
Springfield, OR 97477
541-222-7218

Heart & Vascular (OHVI)