Wide Range of Services for Patients with Heart and Breathing Problems
St. Luke’s has many services that are available to people who have heart and lung conditions. Services are designed for each person with the goal of helping them reach their fullest potential.
St. Luke’s Cardiac Rehabilitation
St. Luke’s Cardiac Rehabilitation at St. Luke’s Health & Fitness Center is a medically-supervised outpatient program of exercise, nutrition counseling and education. The program is designed for patients recovering from, or at risk for, heart disease, especially those who have had heart attacks or undergone angioplasty or open-heart surgery. St. Luke’s Cardiac Rehabilitation staff has the skills and experience to meet the individual needs of all patients. Call 484-526-3176 or visit St. Luke’s Health & Fitness Centers for more information.
Cardiac rehabilitation services include:
- Counseling and cardiac risk factor evaluation
- Post-surgery consultation services
- Health and wellness education and information
- Educational classes on nutrition, exercise, smoking cessation and stress management
- State-of-the-art health club exercise equipment and medically-supervised, goal-oriented exercise programs at St. Luke’s Health & Fitness Center
- Multi-disciplinary team of cardiac doctors and nurses, dietitians, exercise physiologists and lifestyle counselors
Fern Gilbert Cardiac
The Fern Gilbert Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at St. Luke’s Hospital - Miners Campus focuses on individuals who have recently suffered a heart attack, undergone bypass surgery or have been diagnosed with coronary artery disease or angina. Under the supervision of a board-certified cardiologist, a critical care registered nurse performs all services for this program. Services include rehabilitation, nutritional counseling and cardiac-related education and are available:
Monday through Friday – 6:45 am to 3:15 pm
Call 570-645-8162 for more information.
The Phyllis Adams Pulmonary
Through the Phyllis Adams Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at St. Luke’s Miners Memorial Hospital, any individual with obstructive or restrictive lung disease can receive rehabilitation services. The first step is to be monitored and evaluated by a board-certified pulmonologist and respiratory therapist, who then develops a personal exercise plan. The plan is intended to create reasonable goals that can be achieved by the patient, whether it is to resume normal activity of daily living or for something more strenuous. Services are available from the Phyllis Adams Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 6:45 am to 3:15 pm
Tuesday, Thursday – 8:30 am to 5 pm
Call 570-645-8255 for more information.