Provides outpatient treatment for individuals diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis or stable pulmonary embolism.
Anticoagulants, also known as blood thinners, work by preventing blood clots from forming in blood vessels.
Care is provided by internal medicine until the condition is stable enough to be followed up by family physician, and may include blood work, anticoagulant medicine management, and follow-up care.
Patients are typically referred by a hospital or physician; call for more information.
Interpreter recommended for patients with limited English; translation services may be available.