I need some help--What credentials should I expect in this type of dr. The one that my cardiologist suggested just has "MD "listed after his name. Should I look for one that is also a cardiologist? surgeon.etc.? The closest ones on an internet list I found are in Dallas, Texas (about 200 mi fm me). Maybe this question has been already addressed, but I didn't see it. Finding a good CHF specialist looks like a daunting task. I had my heart attack in Jan.--was in good health until that time. I'm 68 yrs. old.
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