General Overview

The heart failure clinic at Heart and Vascular Clinic offers a soothing and reassuring experience, offered by our experienced staff and the latest heart failure treatment medications and technologies. In the United States, around 5.7 million people live with the risk of heart failure; that is close to 2% of the entire population. At the Heart and Vascular Clinic, we don’t want you to be part of this statistic, which is why we focus and work hard towards ensuring all our patients escape the effects of heart failure to go on and live full lives.

Types of Services Offered

Our practice offers a heart failure clinic where we focus mainly on lifestyle modification especially dietary advice, weight management, and compliance of medications. We teach patients to check their weight regularly and adjust medications accordingly. At the heart failure clinic, our primary concern is how to help our patients manage their current condition effectively. We do this through the use of a combination of medications, medical procedures, and various therapies. Here are some examples of what we use depending on your condition and symptoms:
  • Cardiac catheterization
  • Cardiac MRI and CT scan
  • Cardiopulmonary exercise testing
  • Echocardiogram
  • Electrophysiology studies
  • Nuclear cardiology studies
Through a combination of treatment procedures – medication, lifestyle changes, surgery or medical devices, our doctors formulate what will work best for your specific problem and give you the best results. To this end, here are some of the options our doctors may offer you to alleviate and prevent heart failure:
  • Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs)
  • Pacemakers, including bi-ventricular pacemakers
  • Ventricular assist devices
  • Heart transplant for those with advanced heart failure

What Sets Us Apart

Heart and Vascular Clinic is a trusted clinic in Newark, Middletown, and Wilmington, Delaware delivering timely and effective cardiac treatment procedures with kind and professional staff. We have played a critical role in treating heart failure in patients who thought they were at the end of their lives. These patients went on to live long fulfilling lives and continue to visit us, but not with health problems, rather for routine checkups.

Contact Our Office

Heart failure is a serious and life-threatening condition. We urge you to get in touch with us immediately in case you ever experience any symptoms related to heart failure or suspect you may be a likely candidate. Our number is (302) 338-9444, one of our staff members is waiting to assist you at any time, day or night.