Comprehensive Heart Failure Program
Specialized treatment and care for
improved heart function
When your heart does not pump blood the way it should, you may develop heart failure. This condition, also called congestive heart failure, affects an estimated 5.8 million Americans.
The specialists in the Pilla Heart Center’s Comprehensive Heart Failure Program focus on interventions to slow heart failure disease progression—or even reverse it. We help our patients live fully by providing:
Our program has been awarded
disease specific certification
in advanced heart failure by
the Joint Commission.
We work as a “special team” in collaboration with your cardiologist and primary care providers. Our goals are to improve and maintain your heart function, reduce your hospital stays, and ensure a seamless continuum of care for your greatest benefit.
The Comprehensive Heart Failure Program team includes cardiologists, electrophysiologists, cardiology nurse practitioners, cardiac nurses, physician’s assistants, social workers, dietitians, and others who specialize in caring for individuals with congestive heart failure.
Your cardiologist or primary care physician, physician’s assistant or nurse practitioner can refer you to the Comprehensive Heart Failure Program. For more information, call 215-481-4100.
Read a heart failure patient’s story about receiving an advanced treatment technique through the Comprehensive Heart Failure Program.
Learn more about diagnosis and treatment in the Comprehensive Heart Failure Program.