||This paper studies the valuation of the American call-option under the Heston model in two regimes, i.e., fast-mean reverting and slow-mean reverting regimes. In the case of the European-style option under the Heston model, a closed-form solution for one-dimensional integration can be derived. However, in the case of the American-style option, it is impossible to obtain a general analytic integral equation for the price. By using singular and regular perturbation techniques introduced by Fouque et al. (Multiscale stochastic volatility for equity, interest-rate and credit derivative, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2011) and the maturity randomization method introduced by Carr (Rev Financ Stud 11:597-626, 1998), we provide an approximate analytic solution of the American call-option and describe a numerical scheme to evaluate the value of this solution. Numerical results show that our method is accurate and efficient compared to the finite-difference method and the Longstaff and Schwartz (Rev Financ Stud 14(1):113-147, 2001) method.