FH (Familial Hypercholesterolemia) Foundation

  • 959 East Walnut Street, Suite 220
    Pasadena, CA 91106
  • (626) 583-4674

The FH Foundation is a patient-centered nonprofit organization dedicated to research, advocacy, and education of familial hypercholesterolemia (FH). Their mission is to raise awareness and save lives by increasing the rate of early diagnosis and encouraging proactive treatment. If left untreated, FH leads to aggressive and premature heart disease in women, men and children of all racial and ethnic backgrounds.

The FH Foundation is the result of the team effort of patients and healthcare practitioners who have joined their knowledge and passion for helping others in changing the status quo for FH. They are honored to have key FH opinion leaders, both from the U.S. and international arena, sharing their expertise and research insight with the FH Foundation. Their success is rooted in collaboration, innovation, and commitment. With the help of a dedicated group of physicians and nurse practitioners, professional organizations, governmental representatives, and volunteers, The FH Foundation takes pride in its forward-thinking and versatile approach to making a real change in the world of FH.