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Programs & Services

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Offers education and support for a healthier, more active lifestyle to reduce the risk of future heart problems.

Offers teaching about heart disease and exercise, which includes these topics:

  • heart-smart nutrition
  • risk factors
  • exercise and leisure time
  • managing stress
  • heart disease and your feelings
  • conserving energy
  • understanding your medicine

There are resources to help you quit smoking if needed. You can bring someone with you to the sessions if you want to. The programs will help you adjust to having a heart problem, learn about exercise routines, plan meals, and learn about medicine.

Your doctor will monitor your blood pressure, heart rate, and blood work.

Contact Details

Queen Elizabeth II Hospital

Location Info
QEII Hospital Rehab Department - Mackenzie Place
10409 98 Street
Grande Prairie, Alberta
T8V 2E8
780-538-7360, 780-402-8132 (Cardiac Nurse Educator)
Getting There

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Hours of Operation

Cardiac Rehabilitation Education sessions offered in Grande Prairie Provincial Building or via Telehealth (toll-free 1-855-624-7570)

Service Providers May Include
cardiac rehabilitation nurses, dietitians, occupational therapists (OTs), pharmacists, physical therapists (PTs), recreation therapists, registered nurses (RNs), social workers

Open to people who have experienced a heart event (heart attack, stent, bypass surgery, heart valve surgery) in the last 6 months or have been diagnosed with heart failure.

Referral Needed

Physician referral is required. Contact family doctor or specialist to attend.

Service Access

CHealthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.

Call your local Community Health Services to speak to the Cardiac Nurse.

Service Languages
Interpreter/Translation services
Service Locations