A diagnosis of heart failure can be worrying, but we are here to help you live well with the condition.
Below, you will find information and useful links to help you live well with heart failure and feel less isolated.
This service is free and open to anyone living with a clinical diagnosis of Heart failure anywhere in Ireland. It supports you to manage your condition and meet other people who are living with heart failure like you.
What does this service entail?
Once we receive a referral from your Nurse, GP or clinic, with your consent, you will get a phone call from one of our patient support team to see how you are getting on, to update you on our services, and ensure you have the support you need.
Other support /services include;
Please ask your GP or Heart Failure nurse to complete this form on your behalf.
Or Please call our nurse support line on 01 668 5001 or email email@example.com if you have any questions about the service.
Our Heart Support Network Facebook group is a strong community of people living with heart disease who offer each other advice, information and support. Group activities include free online exercise classes, information talks, health advice and peer-to-peer support. Sign up now.
Call our Nurse Support Line with any questions or concerns you may have about managing life with heart failure. The Nurse Support Line is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 1pm on 01 668 5001.
Speak to one of our nurses:
Phone 01 668 5001 Monday - Friday, 9am - 1pm
This tool can help you check if you have potential symptoms of heart failure and discuss them with your doctor.Learn more
Heart Connect is a dedicated support service for people living with heart failure in the community.
It is currently a pilot project running in South Tipperary, Carlow/Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford.Learn more