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    Kenneth Success Story

    After a serious car accident, Kenneth was unable to stand, walk or use his hands due to nerve damage. The Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation team tailored an aggressive plan of therapy. To quote Kenneth, "Kindred taught me how to walk and use my hands again so that I was able to return to my job."

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  • Where You Recover Affects How You Recover

    Every year, more than 34 million patients are discharged from inpatient hospital care. For many of these patients a quick recovery is impossible. They require specialized medical and rehabilitative care after a short stay in a traditional hospital ­ they need post-acute care ­ in order to recover and regain independence. The goal of post-acute care is to provide recovery, help patients regain function and ensure an independent lifestyle while helping reduce re-admission to acute care hospitals.

    Kindred offers services including aggressive, medically complex care, intensive care and short-term rehabilitation in transitional care hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, nursing and rehabilitation centers, subacute units, assisted living facilities, and homecare and hospice.

    At Kindred Healthcare we understand that each of our patients have unique needs and unique stories. We work every day to provide care that helps those stories end with people returning home.

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  • ACOs Saving Millions for Medicare A new government report is showing that about one quarter of accountable care organizations, or ACOs, saved Medicare $372 million in 2013. Read the story Public Weighs in on How to “Fix” Medicare Marge Ginsburg, Executive Director of the Center for Healthcare Decisions, ran a series of chat sessions, soliciting the public’s opinion on […]

    As many as 71 million adults in America have high cholesterol, but only one-third of them have the condition under control. One of the main risk factors for two leading causes of death in the U.S. – heart disease and stroke – is high cholesterol. Detection and treatment as well as prevention of high cholesterol are ways to reduce your risk of these diseases and keep your […]

    September is Healthy Aging Month, a time to focus on the positive aspects of aging. It’s also a time to focus on making choices that can improve physical, mental and social health as well. It’s not too late to try something new or take control of your health no matter your age. Here are 10 tips to do just that: