Many people don't even think about these abilities during their day. But for those who have heart or lung conditions affecting their quality of life, these "simple" activities are anything but.
Outstanding cardiac and pulmonary care — like the kind you’ll find at the George & Estelle Sands Center for Cardiac & Pulmonary Care at Princeton Medical Center (PMC) — is key to regaining and maintaining the health of your heart and lungs.
The combination of advanced equipment and skilled medical professionals make the Center for Cardiac & Pulmonary Care an exceptional destination for a range of heart and lung services, from diagnostics to specialized rehabilitation programs.
Located on the first level of PMC near the West Entrance, the Center features convenient access and its own designated reception area. From its waiting rooms to its treatment areas, the Center offers comfort, quality and efficiency to patients who receive diagnostic services or treatments there.
Under the direction of a cardiologist or pulmonologist, and working closely with each patient’s personal physician, our team of specialized cardiac nurses and pulmonary professionals will help patients achieve and maintain a healthful lifestyle. Our multidisciplinary team consists of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certified registered nurses, licensed registered respiratory therapists, exercise physiologists, registered dietitians and registered pharmacists.
Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. This certification is bestowed only to programs rigorously reviewed by a national board and found to meet essential requirements for standards of care.