Advanced Care for Heart & Vascular Patients
Valley Health’s Anticoagulation Management Program was developed
to better serve patients who have taken Coumadin or Warfarin, common blood
thinners that decrease the body’s ability to clot blood.
Common conditions physicians prescribe blood thinners for:
- Deep Leg Vein Clots
- Lung Clots
- Heart Attack Recovery
- Heart Procedure Recovery
- Abnormal Heart Rhythm
- Heart Valve Replacement
When a patient is taking an anticoagulant, they may require careful monitoring
to prevent further injury or health complications. The Anticoagulation
Management Program provides the support of registered nurses and other
professional support staff who can answer questions and provide care for
local patients. Feel free to call with any concerns you may have over
your health or medication in relation to Coumadin therapy or blood thinners.
Convenient Setting for Optimal Health
We understand the importance of careful monitoring and support following
a heart or vascular procedure that involves blood thinners. That’s
why we created our program in all six hospitals throughout the Top of
Virginia region and West Virginia.
The Anticoagulation Management Program provides a convenient setting for
patients to receive help and care with maintaining their target range
for their blood’s clotting ability. We also provide resources and
information on the drugs prescribed to them and their potential effects.
You can make an appointment near you by calling:
Berkeley Springs, WV – (304) 258-6529
Front Royal, VA – 540-636-0636
Luray, VA – (540) 743-2282
Romney, WV – (304) 822-2193
Winchester, VA – (540) 536-5262
Woodstock, VA – (540) 459-1140
For decades, Valley Health has been providing advanced cardiovascular care
to patients in the surrounding regions. We care about helping you maintain
optimal health and manage your medications, even after you’ve gone
through a major surgery, procedure, or treatment at one of our facilities.
Partner with Valley Health today. Healthier, together.