Have A Heart Clinic
Committed to elevating community health in the Kentuckiana region by providing adult patients with cardiovascular care regardless of their ability to pay or their insurance coverage or status.
Have a Heart Clinic is committed to elevating community health in the Kentuckiana region by providing cardiovascular care, coordinated support services, health screenings and education to adult patients, regardless of their ability to pay or their insurance coverage or status.
A cardiovascular clinic that serves the uninsured, the insured and low-income patients, regardless of their insurance status or income.
OUR STAFF & VOLUNTEERS
Our clinic has six full-time staff and is otherwise completely run by volunteers who donate their time and service to our cause.
Dr. Michael Imburgia
Dr. Imburgia, his wife, Sandy, and their long-time friend, Susan Dillon, began serving low-income and uninsured patients out of Dr. Imburgia’s practice in East Louisville. What subsequently evolved is the only solely cardiovascular care clinic in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
"It is unbelievable how much the people at Have A Heart care about me."
I love working with the underserved population, however, in the past, it has often been difficult to find specialty care for people with little to no income. Every patient, regardless of ability to pay, deserves quality and compassionate cardiology care. The Have a Heart Clinic has given me the opportunity to provide comprehensive, quality cardiac care to my patients under the direction of Dr. Imburgia and his staff. Without the Have A Heart Clinic, many people would not be getting the care they need.
“All I can say is that on a scale from 1 to 10, I rate Have a Heart at a 15. The staff is just … I can’t explain it in words, but the rating is just off the charts. Through my experience of doctors and the workers, I am so pleased that I was directed to Have a Heart. Excellent care...I am pleased to be affiliated with the whole family. One cannot describe in any words the care that they give. It’s not only the medical care, it’s the personal care.”
-Kenny Sulzer, patient
Paula W. Minervino, ARNP
Roosevelt Jones, patient
To learn more about how to maintain a healthy lifestyle with your heart condition and more, follow this link.
Information regarding the Commonwealth and the advancement of medical care can be found here.
For more information about heart conditions such as: heart failure, atrial fibrillation, coronary heart disease, or hypertension, follow this link.
Years of Service
Free Community Cardiovascular
Screenings Since 2018
Of Free Outpatient Cardiovascular