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WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital offers a comprehensive accredited Cardiac Rehabilitation outpatient program designed to assist people who have experienced a recent cardiac event. The program helps you strengthen your heart and reduce the risk of future heart problems.
People who have experienced recent cardiac events including:
Benefits may include:
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Signs include: difficulty breathing, tongue or lip swelling, chest pain, vomiting.
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If you think might be having a heart attack, even if you're not sure, call 911 immediately. Fast treatment could save your life.
Some symptoms of a heart attack include chest pain, shortness of breath, changes in heart rhythm, dizziness or trouble with balance.
*If you have a paper order, please bring it with you on the day of your appointment.
*If you have a paper order, please bring it with you on the day of your test.
The cardiac rehabilitation department is staffed by ACLS (advanced cardiac life support) certified registered nurses (RN) and a certified cardiovascular technician (CCT). Support staff includes an administrative assistant, volunteer, registered dietician and outpatient behavioral health counselors. In addition, an ACLS certified physician is available onsite to assist in caring for patient emergencies.
You have indicated that you have symptoms that may require you to have a diagnostic mammogram rather than just a screening. Please contact your physician's office to discuss next steps. Learn more about our Mammography Services.
These nodes could result in an unnecessary (false positive) finding. For that reason, we recommend you avoid having your screening mammogram any time from 1 day prior to your first vaccination to 4 weeks past your second vaccination.
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