The American Heart Association is here to help. We salute the work being done by so many committed to ensuring the safety and recovery of our community and our neighbors. Here are some resources that may be helpful. Please let us know how we can assist.
Resources for Managing Conditions in an Emergency
Health Insurers and Customer Service Numbers
- Aetna, 1-800-US-AETNA (1-800-872-3862)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, 888-697-0683
- Cigna, 800-997-1654
- Humana, +1 800-448-6262
- Superior, 866-896-1844
- UnitedHealth, +1 (866) 633-2446
Medication Tracker (PDF)(link opens in new window)
Some people feel more comfortable bringing a copy of their original prescriptions in case they lose their medication. That’s fine, but it’s sufficient to have a list of your medications and your cardiologist’s phone number. Download this medication chart to help keep track. It’s also a good idea to let your cardiologist or internist know where you’ll be. Your doctor might know physicians or reputable heart institutes in the area if help is needed.
Personal Health Records(link opens in new window)
During catastrophic events such as a natural disaster, a Personal Health Record (PHR) ensures that your healthcare provider and pharmacists health can get the information they need.
Quality-Awarded Hospital Map
If you’ve had to relocate, find hospitals near you able to handle heart and stroke emergencies.
The AHA is not endorsing or vouching for, has not vetted or evaluated, and is not responsible for, the quality of services or information provided by third parties. The AHA is providing the links as a public service and receives nothing from those organizations listed.