Saint Luke’s Charles & Barbara Duboc Cardio Health & Wellness Center

Our program is specially designed to reduce the risk of heart disease by providing individualized care based on specific needs and risk factors.

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Saint Luke's is now offering virtual visits with providers at this clinic. Call the clinic to schedule a virtual appointment.

Saint Luke’s Charles & Barbara Duboc Cardio Health & Wellness Center is committed to helping you manage your risk for heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, atrial fibrillation (AFib), and stroke. We provide one-on-one consultations and immediate feedback to help you:

  • Better understand and manage your potential and existing risk factors
  • Stay on track with lifestyle changes, medications, and/or supplements
  • Achieve optimal health and longevity

Our program attracts patients throughout the world because it makes a difference in their lives.

Make an Appointment

To schedule an appointment, call 816-751-8327 or request an appointment online.

News

New Research Finds Promising Therapy to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
A new study co-authored by Saint Luke’s cardiologist James O’Keefe, MD suggests that therapies to block a hormone called TNF can greatly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
The Peter Attia Drive: James O’Keefe, MD: Preventing cardiovascular disease and the risk of too much exercise
Dr. James O'Keefe explains how much exercise is too much and what impact it can have on the body, plus much more on preventing heart disease in this episode of The Peter Attia Drive Podcast.
MSN: Study: Pesco-Mediterranean Diet may be ideal for heart health
For decades, researchers have studied which diet works best for good health. Dr. James O'Keefe explains the positive effects this diet has on a person's body and what foods are best to eat.
Pesco-Mediterranean Diet, Intermittent Fasting May Lower Heart Disease Risk
A Pesco-Mediterranean diet is ideal for optimizing cardiovascular health, according to a cumulative review published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Lead author Dr. James O'Keefe explains.
KMBC: Health experts say more evidence shows vitamin D important to surviving COVID-19
Experts say three-fourths of people don't get enough vitamin D, making them more susceptible to infections. KMBC talked to Dr. James O'Keefe about the effects of the vitamin on your health.
Rural Monitor: The Alcoholic Beverage: An Elixir, and Yet a Poison?
Alcoholic beverages have been linked to cancer and other health issues, yet alcohol has also been found to have health benefits. The Rural Monitor talked to Dr. James O'Keefe about these mixed messages.
TCTMD: ADHD drug overprescribing raises concerns over future CV events
TCTMD talked to Dr. James O'Keefe about the need for clarification on the potential dangers of long-term stimulant use in children and adults.
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ADHD Medications Lead to Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Disease, According to New Study From Saint Luke’s Cardiologist James O’Keefe, MD
The use of prescription drugs for ADHD has significantly increased in the past few decades. James O'Keefe, MD studies the link between these medications and cardiovascular events.

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Saint Luke's Cardiovascular Consultants

20 NE Saint Luke's Blvd Ste 240
Lee's Summit, MO 64086 

Phone: 816-931-1883
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