Is there a charge?
Cardiac Rehab is a charity and not part of the NHS.
We do make a charge for our services which partly pays for the costs of running the charity.
What are the fees?
We are not funded by the NHS or other statutory bodies and so we make a charge to use our facilities and towards the cost of our programmes for those who benefit from our expertise. We strive to keep the costs down and fundraise to offset the costs of running the Centre. And we believe that there is a shared partnership with our exercisers to aim to achieve better fitness and a longer healthy life.
A concessionary rate on all the above charges is available for people in receipt of the following benefits:
- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
- Income Support
- Pension Credit
- Tax Credits (Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit)
- Housing Benefit
- Council Tax Support
- Social Fund (Sure Start Maternity Grant, Funeral Payment, Cold Weather Payment)
- Universal Credit.
You will be asked to provide proof of receipt of the benefit – please ask at Reception for further information or an application form.
Occasionally, some of the programmes we offer can be funded externally and are therefore free at the point of access. We will advise you if this is the case for your programme when you sign up.