Anti-Coagulation Clinic

About the Anti-Coagulation Clinic

Because many treatments for cardiovascular disease involve the implantation of a prosthetic device within a patient (such as a stent, a heart valve or a pacemaker), many people who receive a treatment for a serious cardiovascular condition are also prescribed a blood thinner, and require ongoing follow-ups as a result. To serve the community of cardiovascular patients on anti-coagulants, Oklahoma Heart Hospital established the “Anti-coagulation” clinic to support efficiency and convenience of follow-up for patients. This clinic focuses on the ongoing follow-up efforts for patients who are prescribed blood thinners.

Oklahoma Heart Hospital’s Anti-coagulation Clinic sees over 5000 patients on an ongoing basis.

Locations

  • Oklahoma Heart Hospital North Campus
    • 4200 West Memorial Road, Suite 807 (Mercy Tower), Oklahoma City, OK 73132
    • 7:30 – 4:30 pm
  • Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Medical Office Building
    • 5224 East I-240 Service Road, 2nd floor, OKC, OK 73135
    • 8:30 - 4:30 pm
  • Midwest City Clinic
    • MD Office Tower, 8121 National Avenue, Suite 202, Midwest City, OK 73110
    • 7:30 - 4:30 pm
  • Mercy Medical Office Building
    • 2017 West I-35 Frontage Road, Suite 240, Edmond, OK 73013
    • 8:30 - 4:00 pm
  • Oklahoma City - South Klein
    • 4525 S. Klein, Suite 1000, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
    • 9:00 - 12:00 pm (Tuesdays only)

Call (405) 242-5900 for more information about the Anti-coagulation Clinic.

About Warfarin AKA Coumadin® AKA Jantoven®

Warfarin is a drug used to prevent blood clots from forming or growing larger in your blood and blood vessels. It is prescribed for people with certain types of irregular heartbeat, people with prosthetic (replacement or mechanical) heart valves, and people who have suffered a heart attack. Warfarin is also used to treat or prevent venous thrombosis (swelling and blood clot in a vein) and pulmonary embolism (a blood clot in the lung). Warfarin is in a class of medications called anti-coagulants ('blood thinners'). It works by decreasing the clotting ability of the blood.

For an appointment:

Existing Patients:

For questions about your anti-coagulation medication, call:

(405) 242-5900

Potential/New Patients:

See your OHH Heart Cardiologist about a referral to the Anti-coagulation Clinic

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