Congratulations Dr. Carlucci!
At the Heart and Stroke Ball held on Saturday, April 2nd in Worcester, Chair of Medical Specialties Dr. Daniel Carlucci accepted one of...
Reliant Medical Group has developed a special program for congestive heart failure patients. The Congestive Heart Failure Program is designed to help you manage the challenges of living with congestive heart failure. Our goal is to help keep you out of the hospital and feeling as healthy and active as possible.
*Please note: The CHF Program has moved to the Saint Vincent Cancer and Wellness Center, Third Floor, One Eaton Place in Worcester.
🠞 Enter the garage at the One Eaton Place entrance (shown in the photo), and park as close to the building as possible.
🠞 There is no valet service available, but patients can be dropped off at the main entrance in front (Blue Level 1).
The Congestive Heart Failure Program offers one-to-one guidance that will help you optimize your medications and facilitate treatment. Patients in the program have a custom care plan and service from a dedicated CHF clinical team that includes a physician, nurse practitioners and a clinical pharmacist. Patients also continue to see their primary care provider (PCP) and cardiologist.
You will be given extensive education to help you understand more about congestive heart failure. Patients enrolled in the program also have access to special care resources including:
If you are admitted to the hospital for treatment, it is our goal to have a follow-up appointment with you within one week.
Entrance into the Congestive Heart Failure Program is by referral, so please contact your cardiologist or primary care provider to see about enrollment. You will then be scheduled with a member of the team for an initial consultation.
The Congestive Heart Failure Program at Reliant Medical Group currently sees patients at the Saint Vincent Cancer and Wellness Center, Third Floor, 1 Eaton Place in Worcester. If you have any questions about the program, please call us at (508) 368-5430.
Dr. Daniel Carlucci was inspired to become a cardiologist because of his family’s history of dealing with cardiovascular disease. “As someone whose family has suffered from this disease, I get a tremendous...