Do you experience fatigue despite treatment for Chronic Heart Failure?

You might have Anemia.

If you’re a heart failure patient struggling with fatigue, iron deficiency may be a contributing factor. Our specialized iron infusion services are designed to improve your functional status and quality of life.

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Benefits of Iron Infusions

Iron infusions provide a direct and effective way to replenish iron levels in the body.

Iron deficiency is common among heart failure patients, affecting approximately 30% to 50% of those with chronic heart failure (CHF). This condition can lead to anemia, causing persistent fatigue and reduced exercise tolerance. According to the American Heart Association guidelines, published in 2022, all heart failure patients should undergo iron studies as part of their initial assessment. If you have Heart Failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) and Iron Deficiency (ID), intravenous (IV) iron replacement is recommended to enhance your overall health and well-being.

Increased Energy Levels

Reduced fatigue and improved stamina

Enhanced Exercise Tolerance

Greater ability to engage in physical activities

Improved Cognitive Function

Better mental clarity and focus

Overall Quality of Life

Better mental clarity and focus

Flexible Next-Day Appointments To Fit Your Lifestyle.​

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The 3-step Journey to Optimal Health

Step 1

Next-Day Consultation

Start with a virtual appointment with one of our hematology experts.

Step 2

Treatment at Our Centers

Visit one of our 6 Infusion Centers for tailored infusion services by our expert team.

Step 3

Follow-up Care

Benefit from personalized follow-up care to keep your health on track.

Symptoms of Iron Deficiency in Heart Failure Patients

Iron deficiency in heart failure patients can manifest through a variety of symptoms, including:

  • Chronic Fatigue: Persistent tiredness and lack of energy.
  • Shortness of Breath: Difficulty breathing, especially during physical activity.
  • Dizziness or Lightheadedness: Feeling faint or unsteady.
  • Pale Skin: Noticeable pallor, especially in the face and hands.
  • Chest Pain: Discomfort or pain in the chest area.
  • Cold Hands and Feet: Feeling unusually cold in the extremities.
  • Restless Legs Syndrome: Uncomfortable sensations in the legs with an urge to move them.


Are you experiencing fatigue despite treatment for chronic heart failure? You may benefit from our iron infusion services. Contact us today to schedule your virtual appointment and take the first step towards better health.