Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation Services
We provide full Cardiac Rehabilitation Services that include an individualized treatment plan developed and monitored by Registered Nurses. The program focuses on exercise and education regarding your heart condition including risk factor management to improve your quality of life and ability to manage your heart condition. Services are offered Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays each week. Patients eligible for the program may be recovering from a recent:
Coronary Balloon angioplasty or stent
Heart Surgery, including coronary artery bypass surgery or heart valve surgery
Supervised Exercise Therapy “SET”
We provide a Supervised Exercise Therapy Program or “SET” Program for individuals that have “claudication” or leg pain symptoms due to peripheral vascular disease in their legs. This service is covered for Medicare patients who meet the requirements. If you have leg pain that limits your ability to walk, please talk with your medical provider or cardiologist to see if the SET program is right for you.
Other Cardiovascular Services include:
Nuclear Medicine Stress Testing
Holter monitoring and analysis
Complete Pulmonary or Lung Function Testing used to help diagnose conditions like:
COPD like emphysema
Interstitial Lung Disease.
Call the Cardiovascular Department
Exercise Wellness Program
In addition we have a Wellness Exercise Program that is supervised by Registered Nurses and available on a self-pay basis. Services are offered Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week.
Medication Infusions and Injections
Infusion treatment is medication administered through an IV. Since it’s infused directly into a vein, Infusion therapy reaches the bloodstream immediately and provides fast relief. Since it has to be administered on a regular basis patients have to return to medical facilities. That’s why Holton Community Hospital offers an outpatient infusion therapy center.
Prolia and Reclast – for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
Orencia & Actemra – to treat arthritis
Remicade – to treat arthritis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s Disease and plaque psoriasis
Lovenox – to prevent blood clots
Neupogen and Neulasta – to treat low white blood cell counts associated with cancer treatment
If you need a medication administered that is not on this list, have your medical provider call to see if Holton Community Hospital can offer the service. Many times we can accommodate the request!
Initiation of new medications must be scheduled for Monday-Friday, 7:30am – 3:30pm.
We also offer:
Wound Vac Dressing Changes
Your medical provider does not need to be on staff at Holton Community Hospital in order for you to receive the treatments here.
Have your medical provider contact the Pharmacy Nurse to arrange your treatment.
Recovering from an illness or injury can be difficult. You need qualified professionals to guide you through the rehabilitation process. At Holton Community Hospital, our rehabilitation department offers physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Our team of licensed therapists and therapy assistants provide individualized attention to help you on your road to recovery.
Services offered include, but are not limited to:
• ASTYM Therapy
• Lymphedema Management Program
• Orthopedic and sport injury rehabilitation
• Stroke rehabilitation
• Infrared therapy for wound care, pain reduction and increased circulation
• Hand rehabilitation
• Home safety and low vision evaluations
• Video swallows
• Balance and dizziness retraining
• Blood flow restriction therapy
• Pelvic floor therapy
Our team works with you and your schedule to ensure you will receive consistent care from our rehabilitation professionals for the personalized, compassionate service you deserve.
Monday – Friday 7 am to 7 pm Phone: 785-364-9649
Holton Community Hospital’s Senior Life Solutions program is an intensive outpatient group counseling program designed to meet the unique needs of older adults over the age of 65 struggling with depression and anxiety often related to aging.
If you or someone you know has recently experienced any of the following, this program might be right for you.
• Recently experienced a traumatic event
• Lost a spouse or close family member
• Loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities
• Changes in appetite
• Difficulty sleeping or changes in sleep patterns
• Loss of energy
• Feelings of sadness or grief lasting more than two weeks
• Feelings of worthlessness or hopelessness
Following an individual assessment, participants meet three times per week in a supportive, encouraging group setting.
The program staff includes a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed social workers, a registered nurse, and other professionals dedicated to the emotional well-being of the seniors in our community.
Family members, physicians, or other health professionals can refer individuals to the program.
Wondering if this program is right for you? Take an online “check your mood” quiz. All information provided in this quiz is anonymous.
For more information about Senior Life Solutions, call 785-364-9610.