Center for Heart Failure Treatments
Northwestern Memorial's Center for Heart Failure at the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute provides a range of treatment options for patients with heart failure.
Using an integrated and collaborative approach, heart failure is diagnosed, staged and treated with a wide array of comprehensive therapies ranging from carefully chosen medications to complex heart surgery including heart transplantation.
Cardiac Behavioral Medicine
Research shows that our mind and body are tightly linked. The symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression can have a profound effect on the healing process. Our Cardiac Behavioral Medicine team teaches patients techniques for managing tough emotions and their physiological effects.
For more information regarding heart failure treatments or to obtain a consultation, please contact the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute at 312-NM-HEART (664-3278) or request a first time appointment online.
For more information regarding clinical trials related to heart failure, please visit the Clinical Trials Unit of Northwestern, send an email or call 312-926-4000.