Cardiac Rehab

Cardiac rehabilitation (rehab) is a medically supervised program that helps improve the health and quality of life of people who have heart problems through exercise, education, and understanding.

Cardiac rehabilitation involves a long term commitment from the patient and a team of health care providers. Our team includes doctors (such as your primary care doctor, your surgeon, and a cardiologist who will monitor your plan and progress), specially trained cardiac rehab nurses, and dietitians or nutritionists. This team also includes a care coordinator who will track your care and navigate insurance concerns.  Learn more about Memorial’s cardiac rehabilitation here »

Cardiac rehab can help you:

  • Recover after a heart attack or heart surgery
  • Prevent future heart problems
  • Address risk factors that lead to coronary heart disease and other heart problems—including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, smoking, lack of physical activity, and depression
  • Adopt a healthy lifestyle—including a heart healthy diet, physical activity, and managing stress
  • Improve your health and quality of life

Educational classes are offered at no charge to the general public, at 9 & 11 am and 3 pm, on various days each month. Memorial's Cardiac Rehabilitation & Wellness Center, 406 South 30th Ave, Yakima - 2nd Floor.

See a calendar of classes at yakimamemorial.org/heartclasses or call 509 575-5990 to hear a recording of each month’s classes. No registration is needed.

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