Columbus Regional Health has been reaccredited as a Heart Failure Center by the Healthcare Accreditation Colloquium. The national designation assures the highest quality care standards for patients with heart failure.
Columbus Regional Health was first accredited as a Heart Failure Center in 2012 and has since achieved reaccreditation every year. CRH uses an integrated approach for heart failure patients to better manage the chronic disease and reduce hospital admissions. Nationally, heart failure is the number one reason for hospital admissions for patients 65 years of age and older.
Over 800,000 Americans are diagnosed with heart failure each year. For more information about heart health education and services, visit www.crh.org/heart