Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

What We Provide

Through regular contact with our nurses working with your doctor, you will be assisted in the transition into the Congestive Heart Failure Program.  This program will provide a link between you, your doctor and other medical services to provide you with better information and more personal control, all while working with you in your home.

What You Get


  • Weight scales
  • Blood pressure cuffs
  • Other items as required


  • Nutritional
  • Physical
  • Other information to fit your specific situation


Our nurses serve as the link between you and your doctor and other medical services to address your concerns.

What You Pay


Here For You - Home Health

Our nurses will visit your home when you first enter the program.  They will provide the equipment and information necessary to make the transition.  Our communications network serves as a bridge to keep you and everyone involved in your treatment informed.

Participate In a Research Study

  • You will be randomized, much like the flip of a coin, to the control group or interventional group.
  • Both groups receive home health care as ordered by your physician.
  • Both groups receive education materials about CHF and instruction about medications and emergency care.
  • Both groups will be contacted about their satisfaction with the care they received.
  • The interventional group will be followed by the Call Center for several months and may receive monitoring equipment such as scales for a period of time.


All Day, All Night

-"On Call" Nursing

Your "On Call" registered nurse will pick up when you're ready to move on from home health.  Our "On Call" nurses will call you on a regular basis to review your progress while also remaining available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  They will also provide timely interaction among all your medical caregivers.

Why Enroll in a Congestive Heart Failure Program?

  • More personal control
  • More information and education about your condition

The more you know about your condition the more likely you are to have a positive impact on your health.  Improvements may include feeling better and fewer hospital visits.

How Do I Sign Up?

  • Your doctor must refer you
  • Ask your doctor to call the office closest to you