Heart Failure Program
Heart failure happens when the heart muscle fails to pump as much blood as the body needs. Cardiomyopathy is a condition characterized by the wall of the heart muscle becoming thick, enlarged or stiff. We take care of patients with all types of cardiomyopathy, including hypertrophic, familial, peripartum, amyloidosis and chemotherapy-related. Our expert team leads the way in treating the most rare and complex cases.
Qualified patients can engage in clinical trials for stem cell therapy and surgically implanted mechanical devices that can save and extend lives.
Coping with advanced disease can be a challenge medically, financially and emotionally. The Heart Failure Program offers support in all of these areas, ensuring our patients are as healthy—and happy—as possible.
Michele A. Hamilton, MD
"Patients with the most advanced and complex forms of heart failure come to us for our expertise, state-of-the-art treatments and team approach to care."