The cardiac services department at Lexington Regional Health Center offers a full spectrum of specialty services for adult patients with heart conditions. We provide nuclear studies, echo-cardiograms, Doppler studies, stress tests, EKG’s, cardiology clinics, and cardiac rehabilitation. Our cardiology specialists Dr. Katta, Dr. Kummer and Dr. Kirubakaran see patients weekly to make cardiology diagnosing convenient, accessible, and close to home. Whether you are taking proactive measures or needing advanced cardiology care, our skilled cardiologists are able to help. They work with a variety of conditions, including but not limited to:
- Aortic dissection
- Cardiovascular disease
- Congestive heart failure
- Coronary artery disease
- Heart attack
- High cholesterol
- Irregular heart beat
- Post heart attack care
Get back to doing what you love.
Cardiac rehabilitation is an outpatient program offered to help people recover from a heart attack, stent placement, bypass surgery, heart failure, heart transplant, peripheral artery disease (PAD), or valve repair/replacement. According to the American Heart Association, participating in cardiac rehab is one of the best things you can do for your heart health after a diagnosis of heart attack or a heart failure, or after a procedure such as angioplasty or heart surgery.
The cardiac rehabilitation program includes exercise and education. Exercise is monitored and is structured to each participant’s condition and ability. Education is based on the patient’s needs and includes information on making healthy lifestyle changes. The goal of cardiac rehabilitation is to improve your overall health and fitness, reduce your risk of future heart problems, and allow you to return to your activities.
We also offer ongoing heart disease risk factor education, congestive heart failure education, and diabetes education. Our experienced professionals have a passion for helping patients reduce their risk factors and make healthy lifestyle changes.
For more information contact the cardiac rehabilitation department at (308) 324-8315.