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Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehab

Located on the 1st Floor of the Medical Services Building, our cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation program is certified by the AACVPR.

Cardiac Rehab

Our Cardiac Rehab team of registered nurses, exercise specialists, dieticians and diabetes educators work with your physician to design a program that meets your individual needs and limitations. Monitored exercise therapy is combined with education sessions to help reduce the progression of coronary heart disease and to promote healthy living.

Cardiac rehabilitation sessions are held three times per week, with sessions lasting about one hour in length. The number of visits are based upon patient progress and insurance provider limitations. A variety of equipment is available to meet the individual needs of each patient.

Patients who have had coronary artery disease, a recent heart attack or surgery, or stable angina may be candidates for the program. Participation requires a physician order and reimbursement is based on your insurance provider. A maintenance program helps patients who wish to continue their exercise at our facility.

Pulmonary Rehab

Our Pulmonary Rehab team assists patients in expanding capabilities through education and safe exercise, while monitoring oxygen saturation and tolerance. Exercises are designed to strengthen muscles, improve stamina, and condition the heart and lungs to utilize oxygen more effectively. The education component is designed to reduce further problems and promote a healthy lifestyle.

Patients with chronic lung disease, who visit the physician or hospital frequently with lung-related problems or who are increasingly short of breath due to lung diagnosis may be candidates for the Pulmonary Rehab program.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation is offered at Mary Lanning Healthcare three times per week and each session takes approximately one hour. A typical program lasts approximately 10 weeks, but length may vary depending on your insurance provider. At the conclusion of your monitored sessions, we offer a maintenance program that you may attend to continue your exercise at this facility.

Heart Failure Program

Our Heart Failure Program is designed to offer patients a transition from hospital to home. Our goal is to help patients and their families learn about heart failure and how to manage the condition. These programs evidence an improved quality of life and help reduce flare-ups, complications and hospital re-admissions.

All patients diagnosed with heart failure are eligible for the Heart Failure Program, which includes education, assessment, and communication with physicians regarding patient progress and needs.

The Heart Failure Program is located in the Medical Services Building. A total of six appointments are scheduled during the first eight weeks following dismissal from Mary Lanning Healthcare.

Heart Aware

Heart Aware is a quick and easy online test that helps determine if you are at risk for heart disease. This program is free and is offered in conjunction with Bryan Health. Health information may be provided at the request of the participant.

For more information, please call 402-460-3700.