Appointments & Referrals
The Lipid Clinic is located at the Parkview Physicians Group – Cardiology office within the Parkview Heart Institute on the Parkview Regional Medical Center campus.
For your convenience, we provide valet parking at entrance 10. Valet parking is temporarily suspended. Staff will be available in the parking lot to help visitors needing assistance getting to the front entrance.
Parkview Heart Institute
Parkview Regional Medical Center campus
11108 Parkview Circle Drive, Entrance 10
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
You have been referred to the Lipid Clinic at Parkview Heart Institute because you have abnormal blood cholesterol levels which increase your risk for heart attack, stroke or peripheral artery disease (PAD). Likely, you have tried medications and diets and are still concerned about abnormal cholesterol levels. At the Lipid Clinic you will meet with a team of specially trained nurses, nutritionists, pharmacists and physicians who will help you through lifestyle changes and medication protocols. Most patients in Lipid Clinic successfully and significantly lower cholesterol levels and risk for cardiovascular disease.
At the Lipid Clinic you will:
- Attend an education session at the Parkview Heart Institute to discuss how to achieve a heart healthy lifestyle and learn about new medications and new ways to use old medications.
- Work with your care team to create an individualized plan to decrease your cholesterol levels and your risk for heart attack, stroke or other complications.
- Have access to a specialized pharmacist who will answer your medication questions and provide consults when needed.
For questions about the Parkview Heart Institute’s Lipid Clinic, please call 260-266-5680, or ask your primary care physician for a referral.
Parkview Heart Institute is pleased to offer video visits for your safety and convenience. Learn more about our video visits here.
For Medical Professionals
What is cholesterol?
People with high blood levels of cholesterol have increased risk of heart attacks, strokes, and more.
Learn more about cholesterol.