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The Congestive Heart Failure Program improves the quality of life for patients. The program's goals are to reduce symptoms, such as shortness of breath, fluid retention, fatigue and weakness, and to educate patients on how to better manage their condition.
Inpatients receive education and medical intervention, as well as necessary IV medications. Outpatients receive further education, infusion services, nutrition and medication counseling, an exercise program and telephone follow-up. Homebound patients can also benefit from the program through NMMC's Home Health Agency.