Rahma Heart Care is committed to providing free care for cardiovascular diseases to patients who are uninsured, under-insured or undocumented, with dignity and compassion.
At Rahma Heart, we believe access to healthcare is a basic human right. Your health is your most valuable asset and its care should not be compromised by race, socioeconomic or immigration status, access to care or by any other barrier. If you need care for your heart and insurance is a barrier, please visit us at RHC.
Rahma Heart Care is a 501c(3) non-profit cardiology clinic which provides free care for heart and vascular diseases to anyone who is uninsured, under-insured or undocumented, with no barriers to care. We are the only non-profit cardiovascular clinic in
What Does Rahma Mean?
Rahma is an Arabic word which embodies mercy, grace and compassion. It is one of the many attributes of God who shows mercy to all His creations. We in turn, must show Rahma to all mankind.
Why Refer to Rahma?
Through the generosity of our donors, we will provide high quality care for our deserving patients without any financial burden on them.
Cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of illness and death in the US. Cardiac care is expensive and almost 20% of American are uninsured, unable to seek specialized cardiovascular care or afford diagnostic tests. Economic disparity forces tough choices: 32% Americans have $0 in savings and 58% have less than $1000. Healthcare is a luxury most Americans cannot afford.
At Rahma Heart Care, we decided to remove this economic burden from the uninsured and underinsured, yet provide high quality cardiovascular consultative care and diagnostic services to patients who are uninsured, underinsured, or uninsurable. We believe this will help reduce some of the disparities in access to health care for disadvantaged communities while potentially saving hospital systems millions of dollars annually.
We hope to make a difference. One life at a time.
Rahma Heart Care was founded by a group of Muslims guided by a principle shared by the Abrahamic faith, quoted in the Quran (5:32) as "...to save one life is to save all of mankind."
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