Cardiac rehabilitation is a comprehensive health and fitness program designed to benefit recently hospitalized patients or those undergoing specific treatments for coronary heart disease. This medically supervised outpatient exercise program helps heart patients take an active role in improving their heart health.
Program participants undergo a comprehensive assessment that includes health, diet and lifestyle. From there, an individualized treatment plan is developed to improve your quality of life and improve your physical and mental condition.
Patients with cardiovascular disease or undergoing heart surgery or recovering from heart surgery may be eligible for cardiac rehabilitation with a doctor’s prescription.
To make a reservation, please call 973-322-6949.
Award-Winning Certified Cardio, Vascular & Thoracic Care
As an award-winning network of cardiovascular and thoracic hospitals serving residents of Essex, Union and Morris counties, CBMC’s cardiac rehabilitation programs have received numerous awards and recognition, including but not limited to: .
- American Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Association: Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Accreditation
These accreditations recognize the hospital’s cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation center’s commitment to providing patients with high standards of care and improving their quality of life.
- Joint Commission: Disease-Specific Recognition of Acute Coronary Syndrome, Heart Failure, Stroke and Cardiac Rehabilitation.
This accreditation represents the highest level of recognition a healthcare provider can achieve for their commitment to excellence in delivering disease-specific services in a comprehensive manner.
world class heart program
As a world-class cardiac program, Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center offers transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), noninvasive cardiac imaging, advanced echocardiographic techniques, diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization, peripheral vascular services, and open heart surgery. . In addition, the Atrial Fibrillation Center at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center uses cutting-edge treatment options to manage symptoms, reduce the risk of stroke, and restore normal heart rhythms. Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center has disease-specific accreditation from the Joint Commission on Acute Coronary Syndrome, Heart Failure, and Cardiac Rehabilitation.
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