Heart Failure Clinic at Huntsville Hospital
Feel better • Stay out of the hospital • Live longer
Heart failure occurs when the heart muscle fails to pump effectively and is unable to supply enough blood to the body for normal functioning. Blood can back up into the heart and lungs causing congestion of the tissues.
The Heart Failure Clinic at Huntsville Hospital is an outpatient facility with specialized nurse practitioners, registered nurses, a pharmacist, a dietitian and other personnel who work with your physician to help you take control of heart failure.
Heart Failure Signs and Symptoms
- Shortness of breath
- Fatigue, tiredness, loss of energy
- Loss of appetite, abdominal discomfort
- Abdominal bloating (stomach swelling)
- Swollen ankles or legs
- Weight gain (two to three pounds over a few days)
Heart Failure Clinic Services
- Education for heart failure patients and their families
- Intravenous diuretic therapy, as needed (2, 4 or 6 hours)
Blackwell Medical Tower, Suite 30
The Heart Failure Clinic at Huntsville Hospital is a
201 Sivley Rd.
Free parking at Blackwell Medical Tower for patients
Monday − Friday
6:30 a.m. − 4:30 p.m.
Physician referral required
Most insurance accepted
For more information, please call (256) 265-6566.
Joint Commission-certified disease management facility.