Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
The Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Department at Lawrence Memorial Hospital provides effective rehabilitation for two types of patients: cardiac (heart) and pulmonary (lung/respiratory).
Each year, the cardiac rehabilitation experts at LMH help 8,000 patients return to optimal health after experiencing angina, heart attack, bypass surgery, valve surgery, or angioplasty. Our team of exercise physiologists and registered nurses who specialize in cardiac care provide evaluation, assessment, EKG-monitored exercise, education and counseling. This program is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
Learn more about cardiac rehabilitation at LMH.
Once you've completed our Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, or if you have ongoing risk factors for coronary artery disease, you may elect to participate in Cardiopulmonary Wellness. This cardiopulmonary maintenance program at LMH will keep you on the path to a strong and healthy heart.
Our pulmonary rehabilitation specialists work with patients who have breathing disorders. Through education, exercise and other helpful programs, our expert team helps pulmonary patients achieve optimal health levels.
Physician Referral Required
If you suffer from a heart condition or a breathing disorder and feel you may benefit from cardiac or pulmonary rehab, talk to your physician about a referral to the Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center at LMH.
Questions? Call us at 785-505-2850 for answers.