The Cardiosciences Program offers an integrated and client-centered approach to cardiac services. The program provides specialized services in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of heart conditions. Patients are referred to the program for various conditions including heart disease, irregular heart beat, heart attack, congestive heart failure (CHF), or heart birth defects.
Cardiac care services are provided by a highly skilled cardiac care team, including cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, perfusionists, nurses, diagnostic technicians, dieticians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers, rehabilitation specialists, and other support staff.
The Cardiosciences Program offers complete care. Facilities are available to support both outpatient and inpatient care, and include diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitation services. The variety and scope of these services is extensive and includes all services rendering care to patients suffering from heart disease. Specialty clinics in the Region's facilities provide outpatient consultation and care.
Emergency Medical Services within the community provide ambulance services with Emergency Medical Technicians trained in cardiac resuscitative services and linked directly to hospital cardiac emergency facilities. Facilities within the Regina hospitals provide sophisticated diagnostic services and major interventional treatments including invasive cardiology and cardiac surgery. Resources at the University of Regina provide research and cardiac rehabilitation services.
- Cardio-Neuro Diagnostic Services
- Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and Pacemaker Clinic
- The Pacemaker
- Cardiac Surgery and Cardiology Services
- Inpatient Nursing Units
- Radiology Services
- Emergency Department - Cardiac Crash Rooms
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- PAD Program - Public Access to Defibrillation
- Electrophysiology Lab