Healthy Hearts: Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program

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Contact Us

  1. Community Health Services Division

    Division Director
    Dr. Miriam Dobson, RN, CPH, CHW-C
    350 Montevue Lane
    Frederick, MD 21702
    Ph: 301-600-1733

    Cancer & Chronic Disease Prevention Program 
    Ph: 301-600-3362


    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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What does the Healthy Hearts program offer? 

  • A free 4-month program for adults with high blood pressure that educates and assists participants in developing the habit of routinely checking their blood pressure at home 
  • A free home blood pressure monitor (as needed).
  • Training on how to measure and track blood pressure to get the most accurate readings.
  • Guidance & support from a trained lifestyle coach.
  • Education about healthy food choices to help manage blood pressure.
  • Stay tuned-   A class for Spanish speakers is coming soon!


so you can keep doing the things you love!

INTERESTED? Complete the Online Interest Form and we will contact you to determine if you qualify. Check out the Program Flyer (English PDFSpanish PDF) for more information. 

PROVIDERS:  Download the Fax Referral Form or complete the Online Interest Form

QUESTIONS?  Contact us at (240) 357-1161 or

                                        Language interpretation is available upon request.                                                                   Interpretación de idiomas está disponible a pedido.

*NOTE: This program is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Healthy Heart Ambassador Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program.

HHA-Webpage-Did You Know-HTN facts
 Patient Information
 1. What is High Blood Pressure (HBP)? Eng    Span
 2. How Can I Reduce HBP?   English      Spanish
 3.  African Americans & High Blood Pressure
 4. Blood Pressure Categories Chart-  English    Span
For more fact sheets & information like this, 
 Chronic Disease Community Resources
 1.  Lifestyle Change Programs in Frederick County
 2.  Local Community Health Resource List 
 3.  AHA Life's Essential 8 - Steps you can take to 
      live a healthier lifestyle:   English       Spanish