For more information contact Cardiac Rehabilitation - 217.784.2667
Cardiac Rehabilitations is an educational/exercise program designed to help individuals with various forms of heart disease reduce risk factors and safely increase their exercise program.
It consists of 3 phases:
Phase I of Cardiac Rehabilitation is completed during your hospital stay. After Phase I, most patients go on to Phase II, a program combining progressive exercise and education.
Phase II of Cardiac Rehabilitation consists of up to 12 weeks of exercise and education, conducted on an outpatient basis.
Phase III is an intermediate RN monitored program designed to help transition the participant from Phase II to an independent fitness program. Risk education is continued during Phase III. Phase III is also available to those at high risk for developing heart disease.
Cardiac Rehabilitations hours are Mon-Wed-Fri 6:30 AM to 5:00 PM, with the last patient starting exercise at 4:00 PM, and Tues-Thurs 8:00 AM-5:00 PM with the last patient starting exercise at 4:00 PM. Patients requiring monitoring during exercise will need to call to make appointments or to reschedule appointments.
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