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Small Steps Add Up To Better Heart Health

Day Kimball Healthcare provides high-quality, comprehensive and coordinated cardiac care, from prevention to emergency care, to rehab (but we prefer prevention). Scroll down for tips from our experts on heart health, or click the links below for more information about our cardiology services.

Learn more about Cardiology Services > 
From cardiologist physician services to first-rate emergency cardiac care, non-invasive cardiac testing, anti-coagulation clinics and more - we're here to help keep your heart healthy.

Learn more about Cardiac Rehab > 
Whether you've already suffered a heart attack or other cardiac event or your doctor has told you you're at risk for one, our 4-phase program of cardiac rehab can help you recover and return to as much physical activity and health as possible through medically supervised exercise and professional education to help you implement a heart-healthy lifestyle.

Tips from the American Heart Association >

 

 Day Kimball Hospital Participates in the American Heart Association’s “Little Hats, Big Hearts” Program
As one of several initiatives at Day Kimball Healthcare to celebrate American Heart Month during February, the Hospital participated in the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Little Hats, Big Hearts...
Day Kimball Healthcare Names Jessica Provencher, Registered Nurse, Employee of the Month for May
Jessica Provencher, registered nurse (RN) for Day Kimball Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU), has been named employee of the month for May by Day Kimball Healthcare (DKH). Provencher, who has...
Philanthropy Matters | Affecting the Future of Heart Health in Northeastern CT
February is American Heart Month, a time to remind us all to focus on our hearts, and encourage our families, friends, and loved ones to get involved in heart health. According to the American...
Sylvia Miller, 86, Works Out Three Times a Week – And it May Have Recently Saved Her Life
Brenda-Rich Pike, exercise physiologist (left) and Carol Artiaco, RN (right) with Sylvia Miller of Brooklyn, CT at Day Kimball Hospital's Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation medically-supervised exercise...
New Guidelines for Emergency Response to Cardiac Arrest
There has recently been a significant change in the way Emergency Medical Responders (EMS) in Connecticut treat patients suffering from cardiac arrest. The change comes as the result of new national...
Bouncing Back from a Heart Attack: How One Man’s Coworkers Changed His Life
When Bob Kovaleski joined the staff at Day Kimball Healthcare more than two years ago he had just made a career change and was looking for a new lease on life. He didn’t know then the extent to which...
Rehab for Your Heart
Did you know that there is rehab for your heart? If you’ve suffered a heart attack or other cardiac event, there is something you can do to reduce the potentially devastating effects. And if you...
Two Steps to a Healthier New Year
Many people pledge to become healthier in the New Year – but what does that mean? Where should you start? You may have more success if you set a concrete goal rather than a vague pledge to “eat...
Infographic | High Blood Pressure Basics
Come February 14, everything is hearts and roses as we celebrate Valentine's Day. But the month of February is also the time to observe American Heart Month. Take time to think about what you can do...

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