Heart Failure (Community)

The service is designed to provide specialist nurse support to adults suffering with chronic heart failure. The intention is to respond to the complex needs of the patient, whilst also supporting families and carers. The aim of the service is to control and/or alleviate heart failure symptoms by using evidence based treatment and therefore maintain or improve quality of life.

To access this service you have to be referred by your cardiologist, GP or other health professional.

Confirmation of diagnosis is required via echocardiography which your GP can organise via a referral to a cardiologist or the cardiology one stop clinic.

The service is provided in community clinics across the Dudley locality. Palliative services and home visiting is also available for palliative patients or those with severe symptoms who are unable to travel to clinics.

The team is based at:

The Stourbridge Health & Social Care Centre,

John Corbett Drive,

Stourbridge. DY8 4JB

You can contact the team on: 01384 323158 during the hours of 9am-5pm (Monday – Friday).

For out-of-hours or emergency calls, call the evening district nurse shift via the Trust switchboard on (01384) 456111.

Patient information leaflets

Useful information

Telephone numbers
  • (01384) 323753
  • (01384) 323158

Service details

Clinical directorate
  • Community Services and Integrated Care