Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation
Samaritan Healthcare is proud to bring Cardiac Rehab to the Moses Lake community. Our skilled Exercise Physiologists will provide quality care for phase II and phase III cardiac rehab clients in our brand new state-of-the-art cardiac rehab clinic. Clients will benefit from initial fitness evaluations and risk assessments that will be used to determine their individual treatment plans for cardiac rehabilitation.
Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase II
EKG, heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation will be closely monitored by our trained Exercise Physiologists with the help of the industry leading telemetry monitoring system called VersaCare Go.
Our Exercise Physiologists will develop a maintenance plan for continued cardiac fitness progression.
Clients will be under the close supervision of our Exercise Physiologists who are skilled in:
- EKG/ECG interpretation
- Risk factor assessment and management
- Education about heart disease
- Exercise prescription to improve cardiovascular fitness without exceeding safe limits
Those who benefit from Cardiac Rehabilitation include those with a history of:
- Coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG)
- Myocardial infarction (heart attack)
- Current stable angina pectoris
- Heart valve repair or replacement
- Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA)/ or coronary stenting
- Heart or heart-lung transplant
- Heart Failure and those with ventricular assist devices
- Coronary artery disease equivalents such as diabetes or peripheral artery disease
Core Components of Cardiac Rehab at Samaritan
- Baseline and ongoing patient assessment
- Exercise/activity training
- Risk factor management
For Stage II cardiac rehab, a physician/cardiologist referral within 12 months of a qualified cardiac event is required in order to begin cardiac rehab at Samaritan Healthcare. For Stage III a physician/cardiologist referral is not required, however graduation from a stage II cardiac rehab is required for these clients.
You can also contact us by phone: 509.793.9659, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: 509.764.3237.
Meet the Exercise Physiologists
Jennifer Avery received her Master of Science in Kinesiology from Western Washington University. During her graduate studies, she developed the first 6-week Augmented Eccentric Fall Prevention program for Older Adults. She will be joining the Cardiac Rehab team as a full-time Exercise Physiologist/Health and Fitness Specialist. Her long term career goals include managing and developing outpatient cardiac rehabilitation centers and contributing to research in the field of cardiac rehab. Jennifer is a candidate for the ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist Exam. She looks forward to the ongoing development and expansion of Cardiac Rehab here in Moses Lake and is excited to meet both the local physicians and clients. When she is not in the clinical setting, Jennifer enjoys being a new mom, going on Sunday afternoon drives with her family, and long-distance running.
Alan Roy is one of the new Exercise Physiologists to join the Samaritan Healthcare team. He graduated from Western Oregon with Honors obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology with a minor in Human Biology. While attending college Alan was part of the Cross Country, Indoor, and Outdoor Track distance teams. During his last term of schooling he obtained 500 observation hours in a cardiac rehab clinic at the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Corvallis. Alan moved to Moses Lake with his fiancée Holly in March 2016. His favorite part of this profession is watching the confidence build within clients as they find themselves in better health than when first entering into the program. When he is not at work he loves to spend time cooking or outdoors being active; be it running, biking, or gardening—anything outdoors. Before moving to Moses Lake Alan was a sponsored triathlete which inspired him to complete an Ironman that he is currently training for.
Samaritan Health Care Cardiac Rehabilitation services adheres to the Cardiac Rehab guidelines set forth by AACVPRBack to top
For More Information:
Contact one of our experienced exercise physiologists at 509.793.9659 or EMAIL US
You can also ask your physician if Cardiac Rehabilitation is right for you.
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