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Mary Rich-Lynch Cardiac Rehabilitation Center

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If your physician has told you that you need a change in your lifestyle to reduce your risk of heart problems, then the Mary Rich-Lynch Cardiac Rehabilitation Center is the placeCardiac rehab for you. Located in Greenville, Texas on the second floor of Hunt Regional Medical Center, our multidisciplinary team is ready and waiting to tailor a cardiac rehab program that fits your needs. Our Center can be found at the following address:

Mary Rich-Lynch Cardiac Rehabilitation Center
2nd Floor Hunt Regional Medical Center at Greenville 
4215 Joe Ramsey Blvd. Suite 211
Greenville, Texas  75401

Because our program is meant to supplement your primary physician's care, we require that patients receive a physician referral before beginning rehabilitation.

A Certified Cardiac Rehab Program in Greenville, Texas 

The Mary Rich-Lynch Cardiac Rehabilitation Center is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). AACVPR certifiedAACVPR Certification logo programs are considered leaders in the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary rehab, because they have been thoroughly peer-reviewed and found to meet strict practice standards related to patient care, safety and patient evaluation.

An AACVPR certification recognizes Hunt Regional’s dedication to helping those with heart disease. This is because our cardiac rehab program has been carefully designed to improve our patients’ quality of life through enhanced standards of care. It is directed toward restoring and maintaining optimal physiological, psychological, vocational and social well-being, while reducing the risk of future heart problems, and may include:
  • Inpatient care
  • Outpatient care
  • Maintenance Rehabilitation
  • Respiratory Therapy Rehabilitation
Learn more about the different types of cardiac rehabilitation we offer.

For your convenience, Mary Rich-Lynch Cardiac Rehabilitation Center offers morning, lunch and afternoon cardiac rehab options. To learn more or to refer a patient, please call 903-408-5050.