Preventive Cardiology

Anticoagulation Clinic

The Anticoagulation Clinic provides supportive services to patients requiring coumadin therapy. Coumadin (generic-Warfarin) is one of the most commonly prescribed anticoagulant medications. Coumadin is used to offer protection from the development of a blood clot and protects against heart attack and stroke. Coumadin is often used for patients who suffer from clotting disorders, patients who have undergone heart valve surgery or other complicated surgical procedures, or patients who suffer from an irregular heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation.

The anticoagulation clinic service is currently accepting referrals from WellSpan Cardiology (York/Adams), WellSpan Cardiac & Vascular Surgery (York/Adams), and WellSpan Internal Medicine-Apple Hill.

Congestive Heart Failure Program

Heart failure, also known as congestive heart failure (CHF), means your heart can't pump enough blood to meet your body's needs. While CHF is a serious condition that has no cure, patients that prevent or control risk factors and aggressively manage any underlying conditions can live a full and enjoyable life. York Hospital offers a comprehensive multidisciplinary program that focuses on helping patients to manage the disease and improve quality of life.

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