Some people think heart failure means the heart is going to suddenly stop. But that’s not the case. Instead, it's a problem with the heart's ability to pump blood. Cardiologist Jacob Abraham, MD, Medical Director of Providence Heart Institute’s Center for Advanced Heart Disease joined us along with his patient Roger Toliver, to share a personal story of heart failure along with the latest therapies helping heart patients lead active lives.
Providence Heart Institute’s Center for Advanced Heart Disease offers expert care for people with heart failure and advanced-stage heart disease. Their experienced team of physicians and clinical professionals can offer eligible patients the latest therapies, including ventricular assist devices (VAD). Providence also offers cardiac rehabilitation and other programs to support heart health.
For more information, call 503-216-1182 or visit their website.