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Cardiovascular Rehabilitation

The service supports people and their families to return to as full and active lifestyle as possible after a cardiac event, surgery or a diagnosis of cardiovascular disease. 

We will help you to understand and self-manage your condition and give you tools and choices about changes to your lifestyle. 

Evidence has shown that looking after your heart can be as important as surgery and medicine in improving your long term survival and your quality of life. 

If you are interested in our exercise course, this takes place in venues across the city.

Age Range(s)

  • 18 +

Who to contact

Full details of our service
Parent Organisation
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Where to go

Sandringham House
Windsor Street
M5 4DG

Time / Date Details

When is it on
8am to 4pm (office telephone)


Referral required
Referral Details

You can be referred to the service if you are over 18 years old and have experienced one of the following within the last 12 months.

  • you have been diagnosed with a heart attack

  • coronary stent inserted 

  • coronary artery bypass graft surgery

  • heart valve replacement or surgery

  • congenital heart surgery repair

  • heart transplant

  • implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) inserted

  • biventricular pacemaker inserted

  • you have been diagnosed with stable angina

  • you have been diagnosed with stable heart failure

  • you have been diagnosed with peripheral arterial disease (PAD)

If you are an inpatient at Salford Royal and you have had a heart attack and/or angioplasty/ stent then you will be referred by the ward staff. The cardiovascular rehabilitation team will aim to see you before you go home.

If you live in Salford and you have had heart surgery or a heart attack at another hospital then you will be referred by them to the service. 

You can be referred by your heart or vascular consultant or specialist nurse/podiatrist.

Your GP can also refer you to the service. There is a referral form available to your GP on their computer system.