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Cardiac Wellness and Management Clinics

We offer ongoing management of heart-related conditions and treatments. Our cardiac wellness and management clinics share a common goal: an improved quality of life for our patients.

Anticoagulant Clinic

Anticoagulation (blood-thinning) medication therapy requires close monitoring to prevent bleeding complications. Our specially trained staff provides instruction on appropriate diet as well as medication management and risks.

Located at: University Physicians Northeast Jackson

Cardiac Device Clinic

Just like patients, implanted electrical pacemakers and defibrillators need regular check-ups. Experienced staff members are trained to assess device function, lead integrity, battery status, and more with the aid of using state-of-the-art computerized databases and programmers. They can monitor implantable cardiac devices 24 hours a day, wherever patients are. This allows our staff to contact the patient's physician and the UMMC care team to quickly respond if a life-threatening arrhythmia is detected.

Located at: University Physicians Northeast Jackson

Diabetes Management Clinic

Diabetes mellitus is a disorder of the body in which either the pancreas produces little or no insulin, or cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. UMMC specialists, including a certified diabetes educator, work closely with patients to manage diet and medications to prevent complications from diabetes-related symptoms, including heart disease. The specially trained staff provides initial evaluation and program set-up for patients with poorly controlled Type 2 or adult Type 1 diabetes.

Located at: University Physicians Pavilion

Lipid Management Clinic

Specialized staff at our UMMC Lipid Clinics help patients manage cholesterol and triglyceride levels to reduce heart disease risks.

Located at:

  • University Physicians Northeast Jackson
  • University Physicians Pavilion

Women’s Heart Clinic

The Women's Heart Clinic at UMMC specializes in diagnosing and treating women with heart disease, with a focus on helping patients understand the risk factors that can be controlled. The Women's Heart Clinic treats patients 17 years of age and up and offers health care services designed for women:

  • Risk assessment and management
  • Comprehensive cardiac diagnostic evaluation
  • Screening tools for cardiovascular diseases
  • Education and counseling
  • Hormone therapy discussion
  • Coordinated care of high-risk pregnancy with cardiovascular disease

Located at: University Physicians Northeast Jackson