Compassionate Patient-Centered Care

Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure Service

The Johns Hopkins Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure Service is dedicated to helping patients living with cardiomyopathy manage their condition through education and support services.

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Why Choose Johns Hopkins?

Learn more about the benefits of our clinic.

Multidisciplinary Team

Our multidisciplinary team combines education and medicine, helping you manage your cardiomyopathy diagnosis.

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Comprehensive Care

We provide a full spectrum of care at every stage of heart failure, drastically improving your quality of life.

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Advanced Research

Our cutting-edge research has led to innovative treatments for managing cardiomyopathy and heart failure.

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#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Connecting Heart Failure and Arrhythmias

#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Heart failure means that the heart is unable to pump enough blood, while heart arrhythmias occur when the heart’s electrical system is disorganized. Dr. Anderson and his team want to understand why heart failure and heart arrhythmias often happen together—and how both can be better prevented.

What to Expect During Your Appointment

We provide comprehensive services for patients suffering from cardiomyopathy and heart failure or undergoing a heart transplant. After an initial evaluation by your physician, you may be asked to undergo one or more of the following tests:

Heart Failure Programs

We offer several cutting-edge clinics and programs to treat each stage of heart failure. Starting from the initial diagnosis to later stages like our mechanical circulatory support program and heart transplantation.
  • Cardiac Sarcoidosis Program

    Our multidisciplinary team specializes in early, accurate diagnosis and providing treatment for cardiac sarcoidosis that is tailored to each patient's lifestyle.

  • Cardio-Oncology Program

    The Johns Hopkins Cardio-Oncology Program specializes in preventing and treating heart disease in patients undergoing cancer treatment and for cancer survivors.

  • Heart Failure Bridge Clinic

    Following a cardiac event, the Heart Failure Bridge Clinic helps manage their heart failure diagnosis, lowering the possibility of hospital readmission and further health complications.

  • Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction

    This clinic provides specialized care for patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF).

  • Mechanical Circulatory Support Program & Ventricular Assist Devices

    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Mechanical Circulatory Support (MCS) Program offers a variety of ventricular assist devices for end stage heart failure patients, who do not qualify for a heart transplant.

  • Heart Transplant Program

    The Heart Transplant Program provides comprehensive treatment for heart transplant recipients and for patients who don’t qualify for a transplant.