Cardiac Rehabilitation & Education
Through a variety of community education programs, Queen of the Valley Medical Center is doing everything possible to prevent cardiac disease before it starts.
Since early detection is so important, Queen of the Valley Medical Center offers a cardiac risk assessment service to help raise awareness of the value of preventive health care. A smoking cessation program, clinics, lectures, and other educational programs are available through our Community Health / Education center. We also routinely offer free services such as blood pressure checks and physician referrals.
The Queen is especially proud of its Cardiac Rehabilitation Program that has been helping patients change their lifestyles and save their lives. The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program fully integrates monitored exercise, stress counseling, diet assessment, and education, and peer group support on a daily basis. The program supports more than 1,100 visits a month from patients who have been treated for cardiovascular diseases.
Learn more about Cardiac Rehabilitation programs offered by the Wellness Center
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Care is a community-based medical and psychosocial case management program of the Queen's Community Outreach Department. The goal of CHF is to assist very low-income, uninsured/underinsured, chronically ill individuals living at home who have been diagnosed with CHF, to help them maintain their health to the greatest extent possible.
Through the Queen's Speakers' Bureau, our health professionals are available to speak at community events and meetings to provide general cardiac wellness information and answer questions on diverse topics relating to cardiac treatment and therapy.
If you would like more information about our Cardiac Services, call the Regional Heart Center at (707) 257-4019 or Cardiac Rehabilitation at (707) 257-4175.