Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac Rehab offers an exercise program and educational information about modifying the risks for people who have had heart attacks, open heart surgery, or stable angina. The program runs three times weekly for four to twelve weeks.

The staff in the Cardiac Rehab Department also performs Cardiac Stress Tests on the patient. The types of tests performed are: the basic stress test, a cardiolite treadmill test (an imaging test) and a cardiolite drug study test, which is performed for persons who are unable to walk on a treadmill.

The Cardiac Rehab Program and the stress tests are ordered through your healthcare provider.