Heart Link Program

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Ongoing Support for Heart Failure Management​

The Heart Link Program at The Christ Hospital is a unique tool to help patients being treated for heart failure transition from the hospital to home. A trained heart failure nurse contacts patients with heart failure shortly after hospital discharge to discuss their condition, reinforce tips and resources to self-manage the condition and highlight the importance of outpatient follow-up care. The nurse is available to provide support and answer any questions our patients or their family members may have after discharge. The program is just another way to help our patients better understand and maintain control of their heart condition.


What can Heart Link do for me?

  • Dietary instruction (discuss a diet specific to your heart condition)

  • Exercise instruction (how to stay active and feel better)

  • Medication instruction (review your heart medications)

  • Self-monitoring tools (help identify what symptoms to watch for and when to call your doctor)

  • Review of follow-up appointments (what to expect and importance of following up with your doctor)

  • Ongoing education with Heart Works (for 2017 schedule, click here)

  • ​Any other questions or concerns

For more information about the Heart Link Program, call 513-585-0378.​