TRANSCEND MEDICAL GROUP
Family Practice & Internal Medicine Clinic
1119 W. Randol Mill Rd. Suite 103
Arlington, TX 76012
Phone # 817-860-2700
2206 W. Park Row Dr. Suite 102
Pantego, TX 76013
Fax # 817-860-2704
4320 S. State Highway 360. Suite 400
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Family Practice & Internal Medicine
As part of Transcend Medical Group’s commitment to the overall health and well-being of our patients, we have established anticoagulation clinics in four of our locations to monitor and assist our patients who take potentially dangerous blood-thinning medications.
What is a Coumadin® Clinic?
A Coumadin® or Anticoagulation clinic is a simple, convenient way to monitor and assist patients taking Coumadin® or any other brand of anticoagulant or blood-thinning medication. At Transcend Medical Group, the Clinic is a special time and place set aside for patients on these medications. Our Clinic is run by our Internal Medicine physicians.
Why a Coumadin® Clinic?
As a patient taking anticoagulants, you should be aware of the potential for very serious side effects that can occur if the medication is not properly monitored. Some of these side effects can be life-threatening. Research shows that participating in an anti-coagulation clinic may decrease serious complications and deaths caused by blood-thinning medications.
What are the benefits of participating?
Decreased risk of potentially life threatening complications
Immediate results, while you’re there. No more phone tag trying to get your results
One co-payment per month to see the nurse practitioner, regardless of the number of visits within that month to regulate medication*
One-on-one contact with a healthcare professional - Better anticoagulant monitoring/management - Increased access to education and support
*Office visits for other medical concerns within the same month will be subject to the usual co-payment.
How Does it Work?
As a patient of the Clinic, you will be required to attend a private appointment with the Nurse Practitioner each month, at our Arlington and Pantego office, whichever is closest to you. She/he will take a drop of your blood by finger stick and analyze your PT/INR (Prothrombin Time/International Normalized Ration) level. Results will be reviewed with you and any appropriate adjustments to your medication will be prescribed. All this in about two minutes time. Additionally, you will learn about the complications, diet, and drug interactions related to Coumadin.
How Do I Get More Information or Particpate?
Ask your physician or provider.
HELPING YOU MANAGE YOUR MEDICATION