Research supports the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation in improving functional independence and quality of life. Our goal is to help increase your understanding of heart disease, enhance your ability to make heart-healthy choices, and return you to your highest level of activity and independence.

To learn more about cardiac rehabilitation services we offer, please call (682) 582-1661.

Comprehensive team approach

An interdisciplinary team assesses cardiovascular strength, endurance and mobility through an individualized program. The team includes:

  • Board-certified physicians
  • Registered nurses
  • Dietitians

Exercise training is included

Exercise sessions are held three times a week and include stretching, flexibility exercises and aerobic training. Class times vary to fit your schedule. An initial evaluation will be conducted to determine a program that meets and adapts to your individual needs. Your exercise prescription is based on your diagnosis and any special needs you may have.

Individualized program to fit your needs

Because your cardiac rehabilitation program is specifically tailored to your goals, your physician may prescribe anywhere from 3 weeks to 12 weeks of rehabilitation. Your physical reconditioning and educational needs may vary. Progress reports will be sent periodically to your referring physician. After completion of cardiac rehabilitation, we will provide an individualized program to continue healthy living.

The cardiac rehabilitation program at Medical City Weatherford is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR).

Enrollment requires a physician's referral. Physicians can call (844) 716-0678 or fax a referral to (833) 502-8908.

Finding our services

Cardiac rehabilitation is located at the main hospital building, 713 East Anderson Street in Weatherford.

Cardiac rehabilitation at Medical City Healthcare

Cardiac rehabilitation is utilized to improve the cardiovascular health of individuals who have suffered a heart attack, heart failure or any other debilitating heart condition. Cardiac rehabilitation usually involves exercise and education in order to rebuild and maintain heart strength.

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