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Cardiac Rehab Reunion February 28

Cardiac Rehab Reunion scheduled on February 28

GILLETTE, WY - Current and former patients of Campbell County Memorial Hospital's Cardiac Rehabilitation program are invited to attend the 3rd Annual Cardiac Rehab Reunion on Monday, February 28 from 6-8 pm at the Gillette College Technical Education Center.

"The reunion is a way to connect with our former patients and see how they're doing," said Cardiac Rehab nurse Donna Reece. "It also gives current patients a chance to meet others who have completed the program."

The Cardiac Rehab Reunion is free of charge and includes a meal and Western-style entertainment. Call 688.2330 for more information or to RSVP for the event.

The CCMH Cardiac Rehabilitation program helps patients gain a healthier lifestyle by strengthening their hearts and reducing their risk for future problems. The program combines exercise with information on how to modify coronary risk factors after a heart attack, stent, coronary artery bypass, valve replacement, stable angina or heart-lung or lung transplant.

Class sizes are small with individualized direction in exercise and patient education. The staff of registered nurses works closely with the patient, their cardiologist, primary physician, dietitian, diabetes educator, social worker and other healthcare providers.


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