Heart health and disease helplines

Use our helplines to find out more information and advice on heart disease

NHS Choices

Heart attack

Heart health

Coronary heart disease

Women and heart disease

Comprehensive help and information from NHS Choices with links to external websites.

British Heart Foundation

Heart helpline: 0300 330 3311


Heart attack

Heart health

Women’s room

Women and heart disease

Hypertrophic Cariomyopathy

The British Heart Foundation is a charity that aims to prevent people dying from heart diseases. Find out more information on heart diseases, treatments, tests and support.

Heart Research UK – Heart Health


Heart health

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Heart Research UK is a visionary charity that leads the way funding ground breaking, innovative medical research projects at the cutting edge of science into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease, and encourages and supports original healthy lifestyle initiatives that explore novel ways of preventing heart disease in all sectors of the community, helping people to live healthier, happier, longer lives.

Heart UK

Cholesterol Helpline: 0345 450 5988


Your risk of heart disease

At Heart UK we’re passionate about preventing premature deaths caused by high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. That’s why we provide information, advice & support. Our helpline is manned by specialist nurses and dietitians, and is open from 10am - 3pm Monday to Friday.

Circulation Foundation


How to reduce the risks of vascular disease

Vascular disease is the collective term for diseases of the veins and arteries. Every part of the body to which blood flows can be affected by it. It’s as common as cancer and heart disease, and accounts for 40% of deaths in the UK, many of which are preventable. People with diabetes are five times more likely to develop vascular disease. The Circulation Foundation funds and promotes research into the causes, treatment and prevention of vascular disease in the UK. We provide essential information to sufferers and their families, whilst raising awareness of vascular disease and the importance of healthy veins and arteries, to ensure we can lead longer, healthier lives.

More information and advice on our helplines pages