The Pendleton Centers – located in the Wellness Center at YRMC West in Prescott and the YRMC Del E. Webb Outpatient Center in Prescott Valley – are state-of-the-art health maintenance and rehabilitation centers designed, equipped and staffed to help you live a healthier, more active and enjoyable life.
The Pendleton Centers are home to a comprehensive array of wellness programs that are supervised by a multi-disciplinary team of highly trained professionals in a comfortable environment with all of the amenities of a full-service fitness center.
Please call one of our helpful staff members if you have any questions about our programs.
The Pendleton Center in Prescott: (928) 771-5794
The Pendleton Center in Prescott Valley: (928) 759-5920
The Cardiac Rehabilitation program helps people with diagnosed heart disease reduce their risk factors, return to an active lifestyle and improve the quality of their lives. Exercise and education are essential components of this program.
During rehabilitation, you progress through a custom-tailored exercise program at a pace suggested by your physician. Your team of registered nurses, exercise physiologists and a dietician will advise you about lifestyle changes, diet modification, medications, stress reduction, heart-healthy living, and more. A physician's referral is required for this program.
Have you had diabetes for years, or just recently been diagnosed with the disease? Are you interested in the latest information on managing diabetes and maintaining your health? If your answer is "yes" to either question, our Diabetes Education program may be for you. We offer a series of classes to provide a range of diabetes information, including:
Individual consultation with a dietician or a registered nurse is available. A physician's referral is required. The Diabetes Education program may be covered by your insurance. We encourage you to contact your insurance carrier to determine if your policy will provide full or partial coverage. top
Whatever your current fitness level, we have an adult fitness program for you. We offer a wide selection of membership options and our team of healthcare specialists will closely monitor your progress and provide instruction on dietary changes, weight control, and other health risk factors. top
Exercise and regular physical activity can benefit adults of all ages and lead to a healthier and more productive life. At the Pendleton Centers, our personal trainers will design a comprehensive exercise program to address your individual needs, and then work with you in one-on-one sessions to help you reach your goals. top
Our fitness experts are proud to offer the SilverSneakers® Fitness program as part of our extensive line of health and wellness programs.
The SilverSneakers® Fitness program is an innovative health, exercise and wellness program designed for older adults to help them live healthy, active lifestyles. Most important, SilverSneakers® is available to members of participating Medicare health plans. top
Resistive Exercise and Aerobic Activity from a Chair
Our REACH program allows people who are unable to participate in standard fitness classes to improve their physical condition through stretching and muscle strengthening and toning exercises – all from a seated position.
The closely monitored program is designed by exercise physiologists and fitness coordinators to improve your range of motion, increase your exercise tolerance and improve your overall fitness level. The classes are ongoing and you are welcome to join at any time. top
Education is an important component of any exercise, fitness or rehabilitation program. At the Pendleton Centers, we educate our clients on a wide selection of subjects in a variety of settings – from group meetings to one-on-one counseling.
Osteoporosis seminars and nutritional consultation for obesity and diabetes are examples of our educational offerings, all of which are designed to help make health awareness and understanding a regular part of your daily routine. This is especially important if you are ill or are at risk for disease. top