Patient Education

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Heart failure

Heart failure means that your heart muscle doesn't pump as much blood as your body needs. In time, this causes fluid to build up in your body, and you have symptoms like swelling in the legs and feeling out of breath and weak.

Heart failure usually gets worse over time. But treatment can slow the disease and help you feel better and live longer.

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We Trust In This Vaccine

Our very own Nicole Alexander, PA-C, was recently interviewed about her thoughts on the getting the COVID vaccine! Check out the information she gave and her thoughts here:    … Continue Reading