Cardiac rehabilitation

Whether you have had a heart attack, bypass surgery or an angioplasty to open up blocked arteries, cardiac rehabilitation (also called cardiac rehab) can help you take control of your recovery and your lifestyle to help prevent future cardiovascular issues.

Through an exercise and educational program, cardiac rehab helps you embrace heart-healthy habits that will last a lifetime.

Patient with physical therapistOne of the largest heart recovery programs in Oregon, Salem Hospital's cardiac rehabilitation program is accredited by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Our goal is simple. We want you to be able to enjoy the activities you love without worrying about your heart.

Contact us

Cardiac rehabilitation is located within Building B (north entrance) on the Salem Hospital campus. For more information, call 503-814-1700.

Please note that cardiac rehabilitation services are available to patients with heart failure.

Salem Health Heart & Vascular Center
Salem Hospital Campus, Building B
890 Oak St.
Salem, OR 97301

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