Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehab
Phone: (712) 542-8299
CRHC offers a Phase ll Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation program, as well as a Phase lll maintenance program for those who want to continue with an exercise regimen.
Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehabilitation is designed to assist individuals with recovery from a “heart event.” Whether you have experienced a heart attack, heart failure, balloon angioplasty, stent placement bypass surgery, or heart transplant, our staff stands ready to help you with your rehabilitation regime.
Our Registered Nurses will help you understand your “heart event”, how to rehabilitate from the event, and what you can do to minimize the risk of another occurrence. Individualized consultations can include an exercise program, advising on a proper diet, a weight loss plan, or a smoking cessation strategy – all based on your health history and cardiac risk factors.
Our Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation Department utilizes treadmills, stationary bicycles, weights, resistance bands and several other pieces of equipment.
We offer Pulmonary Rehabilitation service for those who have COPD or any other respiratory condition. The staff will develop and guide you through an exercise plan to help you gain strength. A respiratory therapist is available to educate you on proper ways to cope with or overcome your respiratory condition.
A physician referral is needed for all Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation services.
Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation Location
Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation is located just inside the main lobby, to the left of the main entrance. CRHC is located at 220 Essie Davison Dr., Clarinda, IA.
If you have questions or want to learn more, contact Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation manager Karie Martin at (712) 542-8299.
Congestive Heart Failure Telehealth Program
Clarinda Regional Health Center is now offering a congestive heart failure teleheath program. Dr. Ryan Whitney, Cardiologist from Bryan Health Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska, can see patients with a congestive heart failure diagnosis via CRHC’s telemedicine on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month.
Some services you will receive are one-on-one appointments via telehealth with a cardiologist, one-on-one nurse managed care, dietitian support, medication education support, home management support and education.
Having a diagnosis of congestive heart failure can be startling, but with CRHC’s program we hope to decrease your anxiety by providing education and a nurse manager to walk you through this process.
To quality, you must have a diagnosis of congestive heart failure. Please call 712-542-2176 to schedule an appointment and talk with a nurse.