Success Stories


A Rapid Recovery

Ramon was admitted to a general hospital for emergency treatment of a subdural hematoma – a very serious medical condition in which a blood vessel in the brain is ruptured and can lead to death.

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Improving Every Day

Billy, 49, was admitted to our facility with a diagnosis of respiratory failure. He had an extra large tracheotomy requiring continuous management of a high-concentration ventilator.

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Praise For “Emotional, Uplifting Care”

Before she came to Kindred, Laura thought she’d never walk again.

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Gaining Strength And Stamina

Joseline, 45, was admitted to Kindred with a diagnosis of respiratory failure. She was very apprehensive and her anxiety made it difficult to wean her from her trach or attempt any trials with a Passy-Muir speaking valve.

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