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We have established a number of cardiac programs, ensuring patients receive the highest quality care. We work closely with our colleagues at Brigham and Women's Hospital, managing each and every case with a personalized approach. We also offer a support group to defibrillator/ICD patients.

Cardiac Telemedicine

Using specialized information technology (IT) and video-conferencing, this program allows physicians at Care New England facilities to communicate with their colleagues at Brigham & Women's Hospital about complex intensive care patients.

Congestive Heart Failure Population Health Management

Care New England was awarded a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Grant to develop a system-wide infrastructure that allows for improved communication and technology use between providers related to the care of patients with congestive heart failure. The goal of the program is to reduce hospital readmissions for congestive heart failure.

Cardiovascular Clinical Research

Care New England cardiovascular services has active clinical trials that are recruiting patients in such areas as arrhythmia, congestive heart failure and coronary artery disease.

Community outreach

One of the most important goals of the cardiovascular program at Care New England is to educate and support patients in their local communities. From "Day of Dance" celebrations related to women's cardiovascular health to support groups for defibrillator/ICD patients, Care New England cardiologists are committed to community service. Call (401) 681-4996 to learn more.

Cardiac Wellness Program

Our experienced Care New England Wellness Center team will work with you to create an individualized exercise program to meet your specific needs. An exercise physiologist will provide weekly blood pressure and heart rate readings, and ECG and glucose monitoring as needed. The cardiac maintenance team will educate you about nutrition, lifestyle modification and weight loss to help you on your journey to a healthier lifestyle. Please visit the Cardiac Wellness Program or call (401) 732-3066 to learn more.