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Studies show that participation in a cardiac rehab program after a heart attack lowers risk factors of having a fatal heart attack in the future when compared to those who don’t do cardiac rehab.

What is Cardiac Rehab?

Botsford’s Cardiac Rehabilitation team can help you to recover from a heart attack, heart surgery or other heart-related conditions.  We’ll work with you to:

Members of Botsford’s Cardiac Rehab team include cardiologists, cardiology nurse specialists, exercise physiologists and a registered dietician.  They are highly trained and experienced. And, each is CPR-certified, and most have the Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification. Each will provide you with individual attention.

Is Cardiac Rehab Right for You?

Consider joining Cardiac Rehab if you’re at high risk for heart disease or if you’ve had:

Participation in a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation program:

How to Enroll in Cardiac Rehab at Botsford Hospital

First, talk to your physician and ask if cardiac rehab is right for you. If the answer is yes, your physician will complete a referral form. Once we receive the referral, a member of the Botsford Cardiac Rehab team will contact you to arrange a visit to the exercise center. This will include an orientation and information gathering.

Questions about Cardiac Rehab?

Call the Botsford Cardiac Rehab nurse at (248) 471-8342.

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