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Our Experts Will Help You, & Your Heart, Feel Better Soon

Recovering from a heart attack or other heart problem can be a challenge, but you and your family don’t have to go through it alone. It’s easy and convenient to take part in the cardiac rehabilitation program at Samaritan Health Services.

Cardiac rehabilitation provides motivation and support for your recovery. With exercise and heart health education, you can learn healthy habits and reduce your risk of a future heart problem. Our staff will work with your primary care physician to get referral and insurance information needed to get you started in our cardiac rehab program.

Background image: A cardiac patient doing a chest press during her rehabilitation.

What Is Cardiac Rehabilitation?

Cardiac rehabilitation includes:

  • Safe, structured exercise guided by cardiac rehabilitation staff
  • Monitoring of your heart during exercise
  • Tailored programs to fit your needs
  • Heart disease prevention and education
  • Nutrition education, advice and heart-healthy recipes
  • Blood pressure and pulse checks before, during and after exercise
Background Image: Two cardiac rehabilitation patients exercising on elliptical bikes.

How Do Patients Benefit?

You can benefit in many ways with Samaritan Health Services Cardiac Rehabilitation programs

  • Better heart health and fitness.
  • Learning how to exercise safely.
  • Learning how to reduce heart health risks and live a healthier life.
  • Learning how to eat better.
  • Learning how to deal with stress.
  • Support and friendship with others in rehab.
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Who Should Do Cardiac Rehabilitation?

Cardiac Rehabilitation is very helpful, and is generally covered by insurance, for those who have a heart condition or procedure such as:

  • Stable angina.
  • Heart attack.
  • Stent placement.
  • Bypass surgery.
  • Heart failure.
  • Valve repair/replacement.
  • Heart transplant.