You have been referred to the AFib Clinic at Parkview Heart Institute because your physician has determined that you have atrial fibrillation. Commonly known as AFib, this condition is an unorganized “quivering” of the upper chambers of the heart which alters how blood flows within the heart. This increases the risk of developing blood clots that can lead to a heart attack or stroke. If you have AFib, you may feel short of breath, weak, tired or dizzy. You may even experience palpitations.
Parkview Heart Institute
Parkview Regional Medical Center campus
11108 Parkview Circle Drive, Entrance 10
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
Long-term or frequent AFib should not be ignored. Regular checkups give you the best chance of effectively managing your symptoms.
For questions about the Parkview Heart Institute’s AFib Clinic, please call 260-266-FIBR (3427), or ask your primary care physician for a referral.
The AFib Clinic at Parkview Heart Institute is located within the Parkview Physicians Group – Cardiology office on the first floor. For your convenience, valet parking is provided at entrance 10.