Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac disease, also known as heart disease, is the leading cause of death among American men and women. St. Luke's program is specifically designed for individuals diagnosed with, or wanting to prevent, a heart condition.

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Program The cardiac rehabilitation program is a comprehensive, medically monitored exercise and education program, emphasizing disease prevention and management, education and support. In addition, physical therapy, certified dietitian and psychology services are available when indicated. To meet our team, click here.


  • Documented MI within preceding 12 months
  • Coronary artery bypass surgery
  • Stable angina Pectoralis
  • Heart valve repair or replacement
  • Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty/Stent
  • Heart or heart and lung transplant

Cardiac rehabilitation is covered for the above patients by Medicare. Most insurance companies reimburse for cardiac rehabilitation.

Treatment Resources
St. Luke’s Cardiac Rehabilitation program is one of 37% of the nation’s programs certified by the American Association of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). The program carefully adheres to AACVPR guidelines as well as:

  • AHA/American College of Cardiology evidence based guidelines for secondary prevention for patients with coronary or other atherosclerotic disease. (Smith SC, et al. Circulation. 2006; 113:2362-2372)
  • AHA Scientific Statement Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease. (Leon AS, et al. Circulation. 2005; 111; 369-376)

In Their Own Words

Thank you to everyone at St. Luke’s who worked with me throughout my stay, you all were exceptional.  Everyone had a professional demeanor and out-going personalities, which are characteristics that I deem highly necessary for success in today’s world.  Everyone knew when to push me and when to hold me back.  You changed my life.  Thank you for always making me feel comfortable and special.  Because of St. Luke’s I have the desire to continue on.

- Former St. Luke's Patient


For additional information, contact:

(509) 473-6013