Outpatient (Phase II) Program
Rehabilitation Coordinator: Valerie Pickar, RN
Cardiac Rehabilitation Medical Director: Todd D. Miller, M.D.
Phone: (641) 257-4346
Fax: (641) 257-4310
Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation, is a medically supervised program designed to improve your cardiovascular health, including medical evaluation, prescribed exercise, cardiac risk factor modification and education, typically initiated 1-3 weeks after hospital discharge and provide appropriate ECG monitoring.
The sessions are approximately 30-60 minutes, meeting 2-3 days per week. The program usually lasts 12 weeks and may help improve your health and quality of life.
Cardiac Rehab uses exercise to help your heart work better through:
- Aerobic exercise
- Muscle Strengthening
What can Cardiac Rehab do for me?
Cardiac Rehab is a safe and effective way to help you:
- Feel better faster and return to important activities
- Reduce stress
- Increase overall strength and endurance
- Reduce risk of future heart problems
- Incorporate regular exercise into your day
- Communicate with your provider
Cardiac Rehab can help if you have or have had:
- Chest pain
- Heart attack
- Bypass surgery
- Cardiac catheterization
- Stent placement
- Heart transplant
- Congestive heart failure
- Heart valve repair/replacement
- Doctor takes a patient’s pulse while on a stationary bike
Become a Patient
Your health care provider can order these services for you. We accept Medicare, Medicaid and most medical insurances. Please verify with your insurance company that your test or treatment is a covered benefit.
Phase II (Outpatient) Cardiac Rehabilitation is a service provided and billed by Floyd County Medical Center. Medicare and most major medical insurance carriers will pay a portion of the cost. Each participant should contact his or her insurance company to determine coverage.