Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation is an exercise, education, and social program designed to provide physical condition, education, help with lifestyle adjustments, and support to someone who has had a cardiac event or who has breathing problems. The patient uses several types of exercise equipment; has heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation monitored; and is educated on subjects pertaining to his/her health.
Who is Eligible for Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation?
What Programs are Available? Phase I – occurs during a hospital stay
How do I pay?
The cost of Cardiopulmonary Phase II is covered by Medicare and/or primary insurance companies. Phase III rehab is self-pay.
For more information contact the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Unit at (309) 543-8522 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.