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What is heart failure?

Heart failure occurs when your heart is not able to pump blood sufficiently to meet your body’s needs. This leads to shortness of breath, fatigue, weakness, swelling, inability to sleep, and a host of other symptoms. A large host of diseases and aging can cause heart failure. Although there is no cure for heart failure, proper treatment can improve your symptoms and help you live longer.

Heart failure is a complex and chronic condition that can take a massive toll on you and your family. Our primary focus is on providing expert care for patients with heart failure and other chronic heart diseases. Through long-term outpatient heart management, we work to improve your symptoms and help you live longer.

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