Cardiopulmonary Wellness Services
The Cardiopulmonary Wellness Department provides a variety of services ranging from programming such as Cardiac Rehabilitation, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, and Therapeutic Respiratory Services; to Respiratory Services including holter monitoring, exercise stress tests, overnight oximetry, pulmonary function tests, EKG’s, and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring; to community and employee wellness events, screenings, challenges, and coaching.
To schedule a test or treatment or to participate in a program, call 307-684-6320. If nobody answers, please leave a detailed message.
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Therapeutic Respiratory
- Pulmonary Function Testing
- 12-lead EKGs
- 24 and 48 hour Holter Monitor Testing
- Exercise Stress Test
- Six Minute Walk Test
- Overnight Oximetry
- Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Community Wellness/Employee Wellness
- Patient Navigation to Cancer Resources
About the Director
Julia Bettinger is a University of Wyoming graduate with a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology and Health. She has been the Director of Cardiopulmonary Wellness at Johnson County Healthcare Center since February 2015. She works daily to help individuals restore their health and well-being following a heart attack, after having heart procedure, while living with COPD or other lung diseases, and when trying to establish healthy lifestyle behaviors such as moving more, eating healthy, reducing stress and quitting smoking. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and kids, family, and friends; skiing; golfing; and enjoying the outdoors.
Other Members of the Cardiopulmonary Wellness Team:
- Alyse Williams, M.D. - Director of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Julia Bettinger, M.S. - Director of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Mike Johnson, RT - Contract Respitory Therapist
- Lorri Letterman, LPN
- Employee Wellness Committee
Our team works with additional JCHC staff including our social worker, rehab services, dietician, diabetes educator, administration, and director of nursing as needed to provide comprehensive, individualized care to every patient we see.