Cardiac Rehabilitation

Research shows that exercise and a healthy diet lower our risk. That's why our cardiac rehabilitation programs offer a supervised and monitored exercise and education experience for patients who have had a history of a heart attack, angina, stent, congestive heart failure, bypass surgery, valve surgery, or a heart transplant. A referral from the patient's cardiologist is required to participate. In addition to improving heart health through fitness and a heart-friendly diet, our graduates also benefit from greater confidence, a better sense of well-being, and a community of patients and staff that will always have your back. 

Patients usually begin our Phase 2 program about two to six weeks after they have been discharged from the hospital. The program lasts eight to twelve weeks, and most insurance providers will cover up to thirty-six sessions that take place two or three times per week.

Exercise therapy includes the use of treadmills, stationary bikes, hand weights and other equipment. Patients wear a wireless cardiac monitor so that we can see how the heart is responding to increases in activity. Our educational programs combine in-person sessions and on-demand video to explore cardiac anatomy and physiology, exercise guidance, nutrition, medications, blood pressure control, weight management, smoking cessation, and stress management.

Location information can be found at the bottom of this page.

Basecamp Cardiac Rehabilitation Locations

Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
9427 SW Barnes Rd, Suite 197
Portland, OR 97225
(503) 216-1250 / f (503) 216-1261

Providence Willamette Falls
1500 SE Division Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
(503) 650-1444 / f (503) 650-6324

Providence Portland Medical Center
4805 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 215-1310 / f (503) 215-1254


For additional Providence Cardiac Rehabilitation locations, click here.