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Cardiac Rehabilitation

When you’re a patient at Providence, we continue to care for your heart well after treatment. We provide comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation to help you improve your health and support you in your recovery.

Why Choose Us for Your Cardiac Rehabilitation?

As our patient, you know you’re getting access to leading-edge innovations and treatments that lead to world-class outcomes. Here are three reasons so many patients choose us for their cardiac rehabilitation each year:

At Providence, your care goes beyond surgery and other therapies to provide whole-person support. Your team works closely with you to create a personalized plan to improve your cardiac health over time. Your care team may help you develop an exercise routine, make lifestyle and dietary changes and provide emotional support.

Board-certified cardiologists oversee our cardiac rehabilitation program. You’ll also receive care from exercise physiologists and registered nurses with special training in coronary care, cardiovascular disease and cardiac rehabilitation. They’ll help you learn about heart health, build up your strength and stamina and support your overall recovery so you can live life to the fullest.

Every cardiovascular patient at Providence benefits from a collaborative network that includes award-winning physicians, scientists, researchers and caregivers across 51 hospitals in seven states. Our extensive experience in improving heart health for thousands of patients means you’re getting the best, most experienced care.

About Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation is designed to help you recover and improve your heart health after a heart condition diagnosis or procedure. It involves a combination of exercise, education and lifestyle changes. You may receive recommendations on how to stay physically active, create a heart-healthy diet and stop smoking. Your overall well-being is an important part of your recovery, so cardiac rehabilitation also supports your emotional and psychological health.


Cardiac rehabilitation has been clinically proven to improve patients’ lifespan and quality of life after a diagnosis or treatment for a heart-related event. Your rehabilitation program can help you live a healthier life and return to the activities you enjoy.

Conditions Treated with Cardiac Rehabilitation

We treat a wide range of heart conditions, from cardiac arrest to vascular disease. Conditions include:

Rehabilitation Therapies We Offer

If you need cardiac rehabilitation, your cardiovascular team will work with you to design the most effective treatment plan to fit your health needs, lifestyle and goals. And you know you’re in good hands, because we’ve supported patients through cardiac rehabilitation for more than 50 years. Here are some of the therapies we offer:

  • Patient and family education
  • Exercise plans
  • Counseling
  • Smoking cessation programs

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Meet the Team

At Providence, you'll have access to a vast network of dedicated and compassionate providers who offer personalized care by focusing on treatment, prevention and health education.

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After Tyron Bennett suffered a heart attack, he worked with a Providence cardiac rehabilitation team to learn about nutrition, general wellness and how to stay active. Today, Tyron is making the most of his second chance. Read Tyron's Story
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