Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Regionalization

anatomy of the heart

May 12, 2020

Throughout this challenging time our team continues to come together to provide high quality care for patients. Whether it’s in person or via our virtual care options https://www.nyp.org/ondemand/video-visit. We have also launched our Centralized Heart Failure Management Program. This newly launched program uses technology (i.e., CardioMEMs, HeartLogic, or remote patient monitoring kits) to proactively manage heart failure patients in collaboration with cardiology and primary care practices.  Documentation is done in various medical record systems across all campuses and escalations requiring a more personalized approach or rapid follow up are directed to referring providers.  The goals of this program are to prevent decompensation, hospitalization, optimize neurohormonal blockade and most importantly, improve the quality of life for the patient.

We are proud to be #4 in the Nation for Cardiovascular services. NYPH has completed the largest number of cardiovascular procedures in the Northeast and we continue to grow in innovative ways.

CHF Team

Contact

NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center

800-227-2762 | http://www.columbiacardiology.org

NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

646-962-5558 | https://weillcornell.org/services/cardiology

NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital

Find a Cardiac Physician: 866-84-HEART (3278) | General Information: 718-499-CARE (2273)

http://www.nyp.org/brooklyn/services/cardiology-and-cardiac-surgery

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital

General Information: 914-737-9000
Patient Services: 914-734-3671

NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital

914-787-1000 | http://www.nyp.org/lawrence

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

General Information: 718-670-2000 | https://www.nyp.org/queens/clinical-services/cardiovascular-services