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New Patients

Please print the new patient paperwork, fill it out, and bring it with you to your appointment.

You will see the registered nurse first for review of your questionnaire, followed by the physician visit. We use an EMR system, which is the highest technology available today. Each patient’s information is scanned immediately into his or her personal chart. Results can be sent directly to you or your physician.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Phase II:

Phase II rehab is intended for individuals who have had some sort of coronary event and/or intervention. Our most common patient population includes those who have had heart attacks, angioplasties/stents, coronary artery bypass, defibrillator implants, and valve replacements. Our goal in Phase II rehab is to inform our patients about heart disease, all cardiac risk factors, their hearts' anatomy, exercise, and preventing future events. In Phase II cardiac rehab, patients are monitored by our staff while warming-up, working out and during the cool-down. Blood pressures are taken before and during exercise. Patients can choose from two class times. We have an on-staff dietician that will meet with each patient during his or her time in Phase II at no additional cost.

Phase III:

People with and without heart disease use our Phase III cardiac rehabilitation program. We have several classes to choose from at a very low cost of $7.00 per session. Here, patients have the opportunity to exercise while having their blood pressures and heart rates monitored in an educational and welcoming environment. Blood pressures are taken before and during exercise. Our equipment consists of treadmills, elliptical trainers, recumbent bicycles, NuStep, Arm Ergometers, upright bicycles, rowing machines and a stair stepper. We have weights and strength training equipment as well.

Patient Health Information:

Patients may request an electronic copy of their entire electronic health information (ePHI) and receive it via a CD provided by CAB or flash drive provided by the patient. There is a nominal fee of $10 and will take no more than three business days. Please call the office and inform a medical records staff member if you desire your ePHI.

The patient requesting their PHI is required to pick up the media from the office. If unavailable, it will need to be sent via certified mail and the patient will be responsible for those costs.