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Through a cooperative partnership between Woodlawn Health and one of the most respected regional cardiology groups, we provide on-site cardiology services each week. Staff cardiologists with St. Vincent Medical Group of Indianapolis provide a Heart Clinic every Tuesday plus two Fridays per month. The cardiologists bring a broad array of cardiology expertise ranging from general cardiology, echocardiography, stress echo, nuclear cardiology, and other heart related services.

This test records the heart's electrical pattern to evaluate heart rate and rhythm. It provides the physician with information that may identify problems with heart health and functioning.

Cardiac Rehabilitation is a program dedicated to helping you improve your cardiovascular health. The program consists of exercise on various cardiovascular machines while a nurse monitors your heart rate, blood pressure and guides you through rehabilitation. Exercises are tailored to meet your specific needs according to age and physical condition. Our goal is to work closely with your cardiologist and/or family physician to optimize a safe program for you. Cardiac rehabilitation can:

  • Increase your chances of surviving a heart attack or other heart problems.
  • Increase your ability to be active and exercise by improving strength, stamina, and endurance.
  • Help you return to work sooner.
  • Help you get back to a normal lifestyle.
  • Improve overall health and well-being.

It includes exercise training and education in heart-healthy living along with heart and vital sign monitoring. The program is run by a team of healthcare providers who are specially trained to treat people with heart disease. It takes place in an outpatient clinic facility either in an individual or group setting. Programs often last 8 to 12 weeks, meeting 3 days per week for 1 hour sessions. Woodlawn Hospital's Cardiac Rehab program can be reached at 574-224-1640.

Heart Disease Risk Assessment Tool Are you at risk of heart disease? Use this link to find out your personal risk and what you can do to reduce your chances of a heart event.

Hands-Only CPR If you witness someone in cardiac arrest, following these 2 simple steps can help save a life!

EHAC The Early Heart Attack Care program teaches you to "Recognize and Respond" to the early signs and symptoms of a heart attack so you can act before it's too late!

This test monitors the heart's rhythm in response to exercise, usually walking on a treadmill. It is capable of revealing potentially serious problems such as blockages in the vessels that supply blood to the heart that may not be seen on a resting EKG. All patients are safely monitored and continuously observed.
This test provides two specific imaging sets of the heart. The first imaging is done when the patient is at rest and the second imaging is done when the heart muscle is stressed. The heart may be stressed as a treadmill stress test. For those unable to walk on a treadmill, medication may be given in place of the treadmill. All patients are safely monitored and continuously observed.
This is a non-invasive ultrasound test that evaluates heart function. Stress echocardiography incorporates cardiac stress testing (treadmill test) and ultrasound cardiac imaging to assess heart wall motion as well as electrical and functional heart status.
This is a 24 hour up to 5 day recording of the patient's heart rhythm that evaluates symptoms that may be heart or rhythm related, but may not occur during the short period of time it takes to record an EKG. The patient comes to the hospital to have the monitor applied, and then is able to go about regular activities while the heart's activity is being recorded. Extended Holters are 5-14 days. Work exactly like the Holter only for a longer time frame.
This is similar to a Holter Monitor, but records heart activity when the patient activates the test, and is used to evaluate symptoms like dizziness, palpitations and chest pain which occur only infrequently. Unlike the Holter Monitor which records the heart for 24-48 hours, the King of Hearts Monitor can collect data for up to a month.
These are brain wave studies used to diagnose injuries or diseases of the brain. Resting baseline testing or 24-72 hour ambulatory testing on both adults and pediatrics are available.
This is a series of tests that measure lung health and function. These tests include basic spirometry, pre and post bronchodilator studies, and lung volume measurements that are helpful in diagnosing and treating diseases such as asthma, emphysema and other breathing related disorders.
This test is able to measure the amount of oxygen in a patient's blood. This is done by wearing a sensor connected to a small recorder which displays the oxygen saturation and pulse rate. The test results will determine if a patient has less than the normal amount of oxygen in the blood and may help evaluate the need for supplemental oxygen therapy.
This test evaluates the body's ability to keep safe and appropriate blood oxygen levels during sleep. This can be provided as an inpatient or an outpatient.
This is a therapy that utilizes special masks to allow air to pass through the throat and nose, to prevent breathing disturbances and maintain safe oxygen levels in the body. The Sleep Center offers a free CPAP clinic Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm, to evaluate fitting and consultation to patients using this therapy.
This program offers many benefits to patients who wish to quit smoking. This program provides support, classes, educational materials, and other helpful coping methods and instruction. Smoking cessation classes meet monthly for the public. Smoking cessation classes are available daily for patients in the hospital.

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07.30 -16.00

For additional information on any services, please call (574) 224-1167.

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