Our Commitment

Doctor
To be responsible for their cardio-vascular care is the most important duty a patient can give their cardiologist. We focus on prevention and the hallmark of our Institute is time.

This is what is unique and special about Dr. Nelson and his associate, Adela Robinson, RN, MN, NP. Our initial consultations are scheduled for 1 hour and every followup visit is scheduled for 30 minutes.

That is 30 minutes for you to learn and gain insight into your disease, to ask questions, to discuss options or alternatives, and to help develop a plan of action that is right for you.

This is particularly important for high-risk patients witha weak heart (reduced ejection fraction) who need to be on both beta-blocker and angiotensin converting enzyme inhibition (ACI) medications which require monitored titrations. If a patient, for example, develops side effects from ACI then it is recommended that the patient be switched to an ARB (angiotensin receptor blocker) medication. Also the patients who need to be on a statin medication but have had side effects previously and therefore an alternative statin with specifically designed protocols developed here at the institute need to be utilized. Many high-risk patients have low HDL cholesterol and some of these patients have difficulty tolerating Niaspan ER, which increases HDL more than any currently -prescribed medication and this is critical in their care. Again, we have multiple specifically designed protocols for Niaspan ER. Not only are we extremely experienced but we spend the time; it requires both.

As you can see, we enjoy spending time with our patients. This gives you the time to adequately assess your status, your response to therapy, to make changes in your regimen, review &the results of studies and recommendations from consultants to finally making both diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations in your care. We believe that this has contributed to the success. of our medical therapy and the resulting decrease in heart attacks, stroke, and cardiovascular death rates, which have. benefited the patients here at the Institute.

 

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