Cardiac Anti-Coagulation Monitoring Program (CAMP)
Resources for Patients and Families
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Why do I need to go to a CAMP clinic?
Being on long-term anticoagulation medication requires close monitoring and follow-up. CAMP believes that regular assessment and education helps keep our patients safely and effectively anticoagulated and out of the hospital.
What if I don’t want to participate in a group setting?
We highly recommend the group education sessions because we have found them effective in keeping patients safe and healthy. But the sessions are, of course, optional.
How should I prepare for my appointment? Do I need to bring anything?
Just bring yourself and, if you wish, your family. And, if you are a home tester, please bring your INR monitor to clinic with you.