Success Stories


Willie

The big smile you see on my face is because of the huge difference you made in my life.

Willie had been admitted to a general hospital for care and had to be placed on a ventilator due to acute respiratory failure. After a stay at the facility, he was transferred to Kindred Hospital Las Vegas - Sahara for respiratory therapy and rehabilitation.

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Josh

A New Lease on Life

Josh came to Kindred Hospital Las Vegas Sahara dependent on a ventilator and needing maximum assistance from his caregivers. Suffering from severe anemia, Josh was severely debilitated and required a blood transfusion to help improve his recovery.

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Eric

Thank you all for making this possible.

Eric lives at home with his wife, Arlecia, and she was in for a terrible surprise when she found her husband collapsed and unresponsive on the floor. She called 911 and Eric was rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed to have suffered from a heart attack and a stroke. Physicians worked hard to stabilize his condition and he was placed on a ventilator and given a feeding tube as he was unable to breathe on his own or take anything by mouth. When Eric began to respond and was declared sufficiently stable he was transferred to Kindred Hospital Las Vegas - Sahara to begin receiving respiratory therapy, ongoing medical management and rehabilitation.” 

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Jessica

Can Hardly Find The Words To Describe Her Feelings

Jessica’s world as she knew it changed in an instant when she was in a horrific vehicle accident that almost claimed her life. She suffered extensive injuries and required intensive care to stabilize her physical condition, but the damage her brain had sustained in the crash was so severe that Jessica’s physicians told her family to prepare for the worst; Jessica might never be able to regain her normal mental status and participate in family life.

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Linda

Successful Hyperbaric Therapy Aids In Saving Her Foot

One evening last summer, while attempting to remove a sign that was blocking her rear window, Linda C slipped and ended up with her left foot pinned under her truck tires. Once she was freed and rushed to the nearby hospital ER, the trauma surgeon discovered that most of the skin had been removed from her foot and that she had suffered considerable nerve damage. There was even the possibility that the foot would need to be amputated.

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