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Cardiac Rehabilitation: Taking Your Recovery to Heart
Cardiac Rehabilitation is an outpatient program that focuses on improving your cardiovascular health. If you have been diagnosed with coronary artery disease or experienced a heart attack, angioplasty or open-heart surgery, you may be a candidate for Cardiac Rehabilitation.
Making heart health a priority
Heart health is about more than just your heart. Blood pressure, cholesterol, family history and other factors all play important roles in keeping your heart strong. If you have questions about your heart health but aren’t quite sure where to begin, start with a heart health assessment and learn more about any risks you may have for heart-related conditions. Your journey to a stronger heart starts here.
What is cardiac rehabilitation?
Cardiac rehabilitation is an outpatient program that focuses on improving your cardiovascular health. If you have been diagnosed with coronary artery disease or experienced a heart attack, angioplasty or open heart surgery, you may be a candidate for cardiac rehabilitation.
Our Cardiac Rehab Program
We tailor your rehab program to meet your individual needs, combining supervised exercise training with dietary and health education in a supportive environment. Cardiac rehab could help you strengthen your heart and reduce your risk of further heart problems so that you may return to your active lifestyle.
You do not need to go through cardiac rehab at the same hospital where you received cardiac services. A patient may receive cardiac treatment elsewhere, but we can provide the follow-up care close to home.
Accepting new patients. The program requires a physician referral. Find referral and enrollment instructions below. Discuss cardiac rehab with your doctor.
Who qualifies for cardiac rehabilitation?
You may qualify for cardiac rehab if you've experienced the following:
- Recent heart attack
- Coronary bypass surgery (CABG)
- Valve surgery
- Heart transplant
- Balloon angioplasty
- Coronary stent
- Stable angina
- Stable chronic heart failure
You can be referred to the cardiac rehab program by your primary care doctor, cardiologist, surgeon or other healthcare professional.
To get referred to the program, you must have one of the following diagnosis. Then you must visit with your primary care doctor, cardiologist, surgeon or other healthcare professional to provide a referral.
- Heart attack
- Coronary artery disease
- Heart failure
- Peripheral artery disease
- Chest pain (angina)
- Certain congenital heart diseases
- Coronary artery bypass surgery
- Angioplasty and stents
- Heart or lung transplant
- Heart valve repair or replacement
- Pulmonary hypertension
If you or your doctor has questions about the process, call 435.636.4841.
Hours and Location
Friday 8:00am- 4:00pm
300 North Hospital Dr.
Price, UT 84501