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LeConte Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program Certified by Industry Leader

Posted on October 2, 2015
LeConte’s cardiopulmonary rehabilitation team of Patty Suggs, RN; Jay Jordan, RRT; and Jane Moore, RN, are pictured outside the Dolly Parton Center for Women’s Services where LeConte’s Cardiopulmonary Rehab is located.
LeConte’s cardiopulmonary rehabilitation team of Patty Suggs, RN; Jay Jordan, RRT; and Jane Moore, RN, are pictured outside the Dolly Parton Center for Women’s Services where LeConte’s Cardiopulmonary Rehab is located.

LeConte Medical Center is proud to announce the re-certification of its Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation program by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). LeConte Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation was recognized for its commitment to  improving the quality of life by enhancing standards of care. Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation programs are designed to help people with cardiovascular problems (e.g., heart attacks, coronary artery bypass graft surgery) and pulmonary problems (e.g., chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [COPD], respiratory symptoms,) recover faster and improve their quality of life. Both programs include exercise, education, counseling, and support for patients and their families.

The LeConte Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation program participated in an application process that requires extensive documentation of the program’s practices. AACVPR Program Certification is the only peer-review accreditation process designed to review individual programs for adherence to standards and guidelines developed and published by AACVPR and other professional societies. Each program is reviewed by the AACVPR Program Certification Committee and Certification is awarded by the AACVPR Board of Directors. 

AACVPR-certified programs are recognized as leaders in the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation because they offer the most advanced practices available. AACVPR Program Certification is valid for three years.


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