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Good Samaritan Announces Relocation of Pulmonary Rehabilitation Services to Dayson Heart Center’s Cardiac Rehab

Good Samaritan Announces Relocation of Pulmonary Rehabilitation Services to Dayson Heart Center’s Cardiac Rehab

Good Samaritan is pleased to announce the relocation of its pulmonary rehabilitation services to the cardiac rehabilitation facility at Dayson Heart Center. This strategic move was designed to provide comprehensive care for individuals recovering from heart and lung conditions. Our program aims to enhance your overall health, improve your quality of life, and support your journey to a full recovery.

Effective Monday, July 8, 2024, all pulmonary and cardiac rehab services will be located at Dayson Heart Center. Patients are advised to enter through the Dayson Heart Center and check in at the reception desk to the left. Phase III Pulmonary Rehab patients will now pay their $5.00 fee at the cardiology reception desk.

Benefits of the Relocation:

  1. Personalized Care Plans: Our team of experienced healthcare professionals will create individualized rehabilitation plans tailored to your specific needs, ensuring the best possible outcomes.
  2. Multidisciplinary Approach: Combining the expertise of cardiologists, pulmonologists, physiotherapists, nurses, and respiratory therapists, we offer a holistic approach to your rehabilitation.
  3. State-of-the-Art Facilities: Enjoy access to our modern facilities equipped with the latest technology and equipment to support your recovery.
  4. Comprehensive Support: Our services include exercise training, nutritional counseling, education on managing your condition, and emotional support to help you stay motivated and informed.
  5. Improved Health Outcomes: Studies show that combined pulmonary and cardiac rehab can significantly reduce symptoms, enhance physical fitness, and lower the risk of future heart and lung-related issues.

Who Can Benefit?

  • Individuals recovering from heart attacks, heart surgery, or other cardiac events.
  • Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, or other lung conditions.
  • Anyone looking to improve their heart and lung health under professional guidance.

“Good Samaritan remains committed to providing high-quality, patient-centered care,” stated Mohanad Soliman, MD, Good Samaritan Pulmonary Critical Care Physician. “We believe this relocation will significantly enhance the rehabilitation experience for our patients, leading to better health outcomes and overall patient satisfaction.”

For more information about the relocation of Pulmonary Rehabilitation services, please contact the Good Samaritan Respiratory Department at (812) 885-3214.