Cardiac Rehabilitation & Respiratory Care
Cardiac rehabilitation is a physician-supervised program for people who have either congenital or acquired heart disease. Program participants may or may not have had a heart attack or heart surgery (or other heart procedures). Cardiac rehabilitation can often improve functional capacity, reduce symptoms, and create a sense of well-being for patients.
Patients participating in Cardiac Rehabilitation will be instructed in exercise routines, diet & nutrition, medications, and cholesterol management. The goal of cardiac rehabilitation is to help patients reverse their symptoms and maximize cardiac function.
For questions regarding Cardiac Rehab please contact:
Winnie Huron, R.N.
Monday –Friday 9am - 5pm
The Respiratory Therapy Department at Aspirus Ontonagon Hospital provides a wide variety of services related to the treatment, management, control, and care of the patient’s breathing. The registered respiratory therapists administer respiratory therapy as ordered by physician to treat your illness.
Respiratory care services include:
- Patient Assessment
- Patient Education
- Pulmonary Function Testing
- Oxygen Therapy
- Holter Monitoring
- Mechanical Ventilation
- Home Oxygen and equipment referrals
For questions regarding Respiratory Therapy services contact: