Our vision is to set the standard for cardiovascular care to low-income and uninsured individuals in our community. To provide a cardiovascular specialty the underserved of our community can call their own and to develop novel comprehensive treatment plans to address not only their physical health but their mental health and overall well-being.
The Have A Heart Foundation’s mission is to provide free cardiovascular care to uninsured and indigent patients who are at or below the 200% poverty level. We provide all aspects of cardiovascular services.
Our Place in the “Compassionate City”
Louisville is a “Compassionate City” that is devoted to helping all of its citizens. When signing the resolution in 2011, Mayor Greg Fischer said, “There’s a role for all of us in making sure no one is left behind or goes wanting.” The Have A Heart Foundation values compassion, community health, and community partnership. The Board of Directors, volunteers, and friends of Have A Heart are mobilizing to campaign for compassionate cardiovascular care for our patients. Have A Heart’s presence in the community helps shape the compassionate culture in Louisville. A free-standing clinic that serves indigent patients with funds from paid services and community donations is aligned with the community and Louisville Metro Government’s commitment to care for all persons. The larger community benefits when it invests in quality healthcare for all citizens.