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.
The most precious patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit are receiving leading-edge care thanks to donors to the Health Sciences Foundation. Grants totaling $180,000 provided new isolettes to regulate body temperature, a safer shuttle to transport newborns in incubators, and equipment to provide breathing assistance for newborns with respiratory issues.
Experiencing signs and symptoms is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong with your cardiovascular system. These signs can be different for both men and women and can even vary between individuals.
Many people experience symptoms before a heart attack or major heart event. Early treatment can help prevent or reduce the damage caused by this type of event.
That’s why it’s so important to get help early. Stop what you are doing and call 911 or contact a local emergency number if you or someone you know is experiencing one or more of these symptoms:
Please visit Heart and Stroke Canada for more information about cardiac signs and symptoms. You can learn about your risk factors here.
It is equally important to contact 911 or a local emergency number if you experience early signs and symptoms of stroke.