Heart Failure Clinic
Sutter Roseville Medical Center
Our Heart Failure Clinic provides education and hands-on care to heart failure patients and their families. Heart failure is a multifactorial disease that requires involvement of the patient, family and social support network, primary care provider, primary cardiologist and a team of dedicated medical professionals.
Sutter Roseville Heart Failure Clinic provides inpatient evaluations, education, and comprehensive outpatient services. Patients will have an initial one-on-one 90 minute educational session with a Nurse Practitioner. They will receive follow-up either in the clinic or by phone based on their individual need.
Why Should I be a Part of the Heart Failure Clinic?
The goal of the heart failure clinic is to improve your quality of life, prevent unnecessary emergency room visits and hospital admissions and promote better self-management through education and lifestyle changes. Through the use of evidence based medicine, nutritional education and rehabilitation, you will learn how to successfully live a longer more fulfilled life with heart failure.
Collaboration with Community Resources
An important aspect of successful care of our patients is partnering with community resources and programs that assist in providing comprehensive disease management, including:
- Sutter Cardiac Rehabilitation Services
- Pallative Care and Advanced Illness Management (AIM)
- Sutter Care at Home
- Various hospices, skilled nursing facilities and community health programs
Who Should Become a Patient of the Heart Failure Clinic?
If you have been diagnosed with heart disease and have chronic heart failure, you should be a patient of the heart failure clinic.
How do I Become a Heart Failure Clinic Patient?
To become a heart failure clinic patient you must be referred by your primary care provider or your cardiologist. Please call us at (916) 781-1910 to receive more information about how to become a patient.
Roseville, CA 95661
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