Outpatient cardiac rehabilitation in Sanford, Florida

Central Florida Regional Hospital offers a 12-week cardiac rehabilitation (rehab) program to patients recovering from heart conditions and surgery.

Our cardiac rehab program includes monitored exercise, education and support from rehabilitation specialists. We help patients build strength and make heart-healthy choices for life.

For more information about cardiac rehab, call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (800) 445-3392.

Our cardiac rehab program

Our 12-week outpatient cardiac rehab program includes monitored exercise sessions and education. Patients who participate in cardiac rehabilitation after cardiac events or heart and vascular surgeries reduce their risks of needing future heart services.

Our cardiac rehab is designed to improve patient endurance, strength and confidence through the support of our cardiac rehab team. We strive to help our patients through recovery by improving their sense of well-being and quality of life.

Benefits of cardiac rehabilitation

Patients with heart conditions or who are recovering from heart and vascular surgery can experience many benefits from cardiac rehab.

Our cardiac experts are available to answer health-related questions and provide guidance for living a heart-healthy lifestyle.

We offer monitored exercise with a state-of-the-art telemetry system and exercise equipment, supervised by licensed nurses. Our telemetry system alerts our rehab team to any abnormal heart changes during an exercise session. This allows us to provide the appropriate intervention before symptoms occur.

Candidates for cardiac rehabilitation

A physician's referral is required to participate in our cardiac rehab program. Patients who are eligible for cardiac rehab may have or have experienced the following:

  • Chest pain or stable angina
  • Heart and vascular surgery, such as a bypass, valve or transplant
  • Heart attack
  • LAAC device implantation and TAVR surgery
  • Stents

Our cardiac rehabilitation team

Our cardiac rehab team includes registered nurses and registered exercise physiologists who are experienced in caring for patients after:

  • Cardiac catheterization
  • Emergency care
  • Intensive care
  • Open-heart procedures