The Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Program is located in Suite 201 (Second Floor) of the Medical Services Centre (1040 Oliver Road) at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, closest to Parking Lot I. MAP
The program also operates at 12 sites throughout Northwestern Ontario – click here to find the site closest to you.
Your first and best source of information about your health is your own primary care provider (family doctor, nurse practitioner) or your specialist.
For general questions about the Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Program, please call the program directly at (807) 684-6780.
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre volunteers contribute 34,000 hours annually in 30 different volunteer roles.
Understanding your diagnosis, treatment, and medications is important. Your health team probably gave you a lot of information about your heart health. But it can be overwhelming trying to remember everything – especially if they gave you the information after a heart event or procedure.
The University Health Network (UHN) launched the Cardiac College website to help you and your loved ones get the basic information you need. This website answers many common questions including:
It may be helpful to have a pen and paper with you as you review. This way, you can write down any specific questions about your own heart health when you see your doctor or specialist next.
Learn more at: