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Parkwest Cardiopulmonary Wellness and Rehabilitation Center

Parkwest Cardiopulmonary and Rehabilitation Center

220 Fort Sanders West Boulevard
Building 2, Suite 205 
Knoxville, TN 37922
Email us: 
pwcpr@covhlth.com     
Cardiac: 865-531-5560 or 1-800-556-3404                                                                        
Pulmonary: 865-531-5570 or 1-800-556-3404
Fax: 865-531-5596
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Cardiac Rehab

Cardiac rehabilitation helps individuals with chronic cardiovascular disease to live well and reduce the risk of future cardiac events. Parkwest Cardiac Rehabilitation was one of the first programs to receive national certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation for consistent clinical outcomes with heart patients.
The nurses, exercise physiologists, dietitians, counselors, and pharmacists at Parkwest Cardiac Rehabilitation work as a team with physicians to provide an intensive lifestyle modification approach for heart disease management.
Individuals who have heart disease and are referred by their attending physician are eligible for the Phase II program. Phase II includes three sessions each week for 12 weeks. Each session lasts two hours, with one hour for medically supervised and monitored exercise and one for group education. Individual counseling on stress management, home exercise, diet and medications is also included.

NEW CARDIAC REHAB PHASE 2 ORIENTATION


Cardiac Health Resources

                                                                                                                                                                         

   

Pulmonary Rehab

Pulmonary rehabilitation helps individuals with chronic lung disease to live well and mange symptoms. Parkwest Pulmonary Rehabilitation was one of the first programs to receive national certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation for consistent clinical outcomes with lung patients.
The nurses, respiratory therapist, exercise physiologists, dietitians, counselors, and pharmacists at Parkwest Pulmonary Rehabilitation work as a team with physicians to provide an intensive lifestyle modification approach for lung disease symptom management.
Individuals who have lung disease and are referred by their attending physician are eligible for the Phase II program. Phase II includes two sessions each week for 12-18 weeks. Each session lasts two hours, with one hour for medically supervised and monitored exercise and one for group education. Individual counseling home oxygen use, breathing retraining, stress management, home exercise, diet, and medications is also included.


Pulmonary Health Resources


Referral Information

You or your doctor can contact us. A nurse case manager from the Parkwest Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation team will talk with you about your individual health goals when you enroll in the program. Most insurance companies cover cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation services. Our nurse case managers will help with insurance approval and billing concerns. Our nurse case managers will also send reports to your referring doctor and your family doctor at the end of the program. Call to schedule an intake appointment.

A spouse or a support person are welcome to attend education classes and observe exercise sessions at no charge.

Eligibility

Individuals are eligible for the Parkwest Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program if they have heart or lung disease and are referred by their attending physician.

Location

Parkwest Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation is located in Suite 205 of Medical Office Building 2, at the Fort Sanders West campus on Kingston Pike, just west of Pellissippi Parkway. Call 1-800-556-3404 if you live outside Knox County and need information about cardiaopulmonary rehabilitation programs in your community.

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Heart and Lung Health Newsletter

Volume 1, Issue 1 March April 2013.pdf

Volume 1, Issue 2 May June 2013.pdf

Volume 1, Issue 3, July August 2013.pdf

 
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