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Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Center

University Hospital University Hospital Second Floor 1221 Lee St. Charlottesville, VA 22908
Phone: 434.243.1000 Fax: 434.243.7551 : : :

Fax: 434.243.7551


Location Hours:

Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Cancellations require 24-hour notice.

Park: Free with validation, using your green parking ticket when you register at your appointment. Use the Lee Street and 11th Street parking garages.    

Floorplan (PDF)


At the Heart Failure and Transplant Center, our heart doctors and nurses work with you to treat and monitor your condition. 

We take a comprehensive approach to healing your heart and can help you with everything from lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise to medications, device implants and even heart transplants.

We'll make sure your care plan is personalized for your needs and takes into account any other conditions you may have.

Other services:

  • Hospital to Home (H2H) clinic (for patients recently discharged from the hospital)
  • Heart Health at Home (3H) program
  • Outpatient intravenous diuretic therapy
  • Left ventricular assist device (LVAD) implants
  • Heart transplant 

Learn more about our Heart Failure and Transplant Center.

At Your Appointment

Your doctor will refer you for an appointment. You'll then meet with one of our attending doctors at your first visit. On follow-up visits, the entire heart failure center team will help manage your care.

Our Nurse Practitioner Clinic also ensures that you will be able to make an appointment to see a heart specialist even on short notice.

Appointments for the Hospital to Home Clinic are made for patients at the hospital prior to discharge.

Nutrition Counseling

We offer counseling from a registered dietician. If interested, ask your doctor or nurse to refer you. Same-day appointments may be available.


Patient Information

Lab and Test Results

Lab results are available in MyChart, a secure online portal that lets you view lab results and communicate with your healthcare provider. You can also call us for results.