Cardiac Rehabilitation

The Bellevue Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Program has three phases.

Phase I is an educational component for inpatients with heart-related conditions. Education includes videos and one-on-one sessions with skilled cardiac nurses.

Phase II is geared for outpatients who have had a heart attack, bypass surgery, angioplasty, or other heart-related conditions. The emphasis is on education and conditioning. Phase I and Phase II are typically covered under insurance. 

Phase III is where patients continue their newly formed healthy lifestyles, including exercise and diet. Phase III may be continued at home for free, or participants may choose to continue their diet and exercise plan through The Bellevue Hospital's Cardiac Rehabilitation Department for a low, out-of-pocket fee. 


Cardiac ComeBack Support Group

The Cardiac ComeBack Support Group meets quarterly, from 3:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m., in Burson Conference Rooms A & B at the hospital. The group meets year-round. The support group is free and open to the public. 

The Bellevue Hospital's cardiac support group is designed for persons recovering from a heart-related illness.

To register, or for additional information, call:  419.483.4040 (Bellevue); 419.547.0074 (Clyde); 419.639.2065 (Fremont, Old Fort, Green Springs and Republic) and dial or ask for Extension 4303. 

Cardiopulmonary Care & Rehabilitation