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Anticoagulation Clinic

Your health care provider may have prescribed an anticoagulation ("blood-thinner") medication for you in order to treat or prevent a serious blood clot condition. Coumadin and other anticoagulants can be dangerous medications if not closely monitored. Your health care provider may refer you to an anticoagulation clinic in order to provide the very best care while you take this medication.

The staff in the anticoagulation clinic is made up of highly trained professionals who will closely monitor and adjust your therapy, and teach you how to stay safe while taking your anticoagulation medication.


The Cameron Anticoagulation Clinic collaborates with the patient's primary health care provider and other specialists to provide comprehensive management of anticoagulation therapy for adults.

Services include:
point-of-care (finger stick) testing
anticoagulation medication adjustment
close supervision for effectiveness and monitoring for side effects
patient education

This service is by appointment only. Please call (260) 665-2141 ext. 5727 to schedule an appointment or for more information.

Now located in the Medical Office Building, Suite 103