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Cardiac Rehab is at Providence Medical Center


Many people of all ages who have heart conditions can benefit from a cardiac rehab program. You may benefit from the rehab program at Providence Medical Center if you have had a recent heart-related procedure.

Terri Davis, RN, Coordinator of the program, says that when patients make it through the program at PMC and are able to carry on, they feel like they have truly recovered.  "Our program helps people get back to their normal activities and living a normal life, and that's the biggest thing when a patient completes our program," she said.

CardiacRehab2016-4Davis says that the PMC Cardiac Rehab team works with each patient to find a new way of life that will help them get back to a routine and get 'heart healthy' through exercise and education that is tailored to each patient's specific needs. Everything is supervised by registered nurses, like Davis, who are trained in advanced cardiac life support.  

Each patient completes a full assessment that targets everything from past health history to exercise routines and any other health issues.  "All of that information comes into play, and we work with each patient's physician in determining the appropriate exercise routine," says Davis.

Questions?  Please don't hesitate to call Terri Davis at 402-375-7937 today.


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Leo Ahmann
Leo Ahmann of Wayne is shown here with
Terri Davis, RN, Coordinator of the PMC Cardiac Rehab Program,
during Leo's workout in cardiac rehabilitation.

"Following my heart attack, operation and release from the hospital,
I was contacted by the Providence Cardiac Rehabilitation Department.
The best decision I made was to set up a cardiac rehab program," 

- Leo Ahmann