At NYU Langone’s Heart Failure Advanced Care Center, our experts are specially trained to evaluate and treat people with any stage or type of heart failure—including those who are considering a left ventricular assist device (LVAD), a total artificial heart, or a heart transplant.

VIDEO: Our doctors discuss how personalized treatment can help patients manage heart failure.
At our Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction (HFpEF) Program, we provide comprehensive diagnosis techniques and therapies for identifying and managing HFpEF. We strive to improve symptoms and quality of life for patients with this condition, and aim to reduce their risk of hospitalization. 

Our Personalized Approach

The mission of our team at the Heart Failure Advanced Care Center is to empower you to take control of your health by educating you and your family about how to best manage your heart condition. When you come to us for care, we evaluate not only your heart, but also your overall health for a more holistic approach to treatment.

Our doctors and nurses are specialists in advanced heart failure. We know that many people with heart failure often have other conditions such as diabetes, chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and anemia, so we work with you and your other physicians to address your full medical history and unique health goals to develop a personalized treatment plan using the most advanced therapeutics.


U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” ranks NYU Langone among the top 5 hospitals in the country for cardiology and heart surgery.

Your healthcare team works with you to put that treatment plan into action. A specially trained nurse practitioner shows you successful strategies to monitor heart failure, and teaches you lifestyle modifications to maximize your heart health. A clinical pharmacist explains how each of your medications works and its possible side effects, and reviews your medication list to identify potential drug interactions.

If you have symptoms of advanced heart failure, our team of experts may recommend that you be evaluated for an LVAD, a total artificial heart, or a heart transplant. The use of an LVAD or a total artificial heart may be used as a “bridge to transplant” therapy. These supportive devices can help you maintain and improve your overall cardiac health while waiting for a donor heart. An LVAD can also be used as “destination therapy” if you are not a candidate for a heart transplant. Our heart failure experts comprise the core of our LVAD and heart transplant team, so your transition of care is seamless.

Contact Us

We see patients in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn, and at several locations across Nassau and Suffolk Counties. To make an appointment at any of our locations, please call 646-501-0119.

Our Locations (8)

Heart Failure Advanced Care Center

530 First Avenue, 5th Floor, New York, NY, 10016

For Our Patients

Patient Forms

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What to Bring to Your Appointment

Please mail a copy of your medical records to our office, including CDs or DVDs of any heart imaging tests, before your first appointment.


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