Reid Advanced Heart Failure Center at 1,000 enrollees and counting
July 1, 2022 -- Reid Health's Advanced Heart Failure Center recently celebrated a milestone in helping patients who are living with heart failure, passing 1,000 enrollees in the program.
The clinic works with those who have advanced heart failure to help them feel better and live longer. Treatment is tailored to each patient's needs, guiding them from evaluation to education to stabilization.
Through the program, patients are better able to take control of their condition, improve their quality of life and life expectancy, and prevent unnecessary and costly emergency room and inpatient hospital treatments.
"We work with our patients to teach them how to slow the progression of their disease," said Cardiologist Rubinder Dab, MD. "Together, we can help them enjoy fuller, longer lives."
Those who have been diagnosed with advanced heart failure are potential candidates for the clinic. Once enrolled, patients work with specialized navigators to learn how to manage their condition and what changes to look for in their symptoms that could lead to possible hospitalization. Navigators also are available to help patients get easy and prompt access to care should it be needed.
If you have been diagnosed with heart failure, ask your doctor about the Reid Advanced Heart Failure Center. To schedule an appointment or for more information, call (765) 962-1337, ext. 6435.
"We work with our patients to teach them how to slow the progression of their disease. Together, we can help them enjoy fuller, longer lives." -- Rubinder Dab, MD, Reid Health Cardiologist