The Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit (CIR) offers excellent acute, cardiac rehabilitation for adults who have had heart conditions, such as open heart surgery, valve replacements, heart attacks, pacemakers, and congestive heart failure (CHF).

The CIR provides a transitional phase between the hospital setting and outpatient cardiac Rehabilitation. Our competent team offers: education to promote wellness & lifestyle modifications; a closely monitored exercise program; and individualized treatments for patients to increase independence in daily living.

After open-heart surgery, patients will have sternal precautions that limit the use of arms for pushing, pulling and reaching tasks to protect the healing of the sternotomy incision site. Therapists provide education and techniques for performance of functional activities while maintaining these precautions. The therapists and exercise physiologists also provide education to cardiac patients on the importance of exercise and recovery

Continuum of Care
Heart Center
Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation
Outpatient Rehabilitation