Success Stories


A Long And Difficult Journey Back To Health.

Donella spent nearly a full month at the general hospital with multiple failed vent weaning attempts, suffered from several infections, and came to Kindred to wean from the ventilator and to begin

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Doug S

Getting Stronger Every Day

Doug’s nightmare began on May 31, 2016. "When I awoke with a pain in my back and the last thing I remember is feeling my ribs break” Doug recalled.

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Heather B

Happy To Be Home Caring For Her Family

Heather was involved in a car accident in January of 2016. She suffered life threatening injuries in the accident and came to Kindred Hospital for ventilator weaning, complex nursing care, and rehabilitation.

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Derek B

"I Am Happy To Be Alive."

Derek's story begins with an auto accident that left him in critical condition with a severe head injury.

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Back Home Again

“I was transferred to Kindred Hospital after a double heart bypass and valve replacement” Pam recalled. “I was on life support with a tracheostomy and I was very weak."

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Scott L

"Never Give Up."

Scott developed influenza and required life support with a ventilator. He was admitted to Kindred Hospital for vent weaning and treatment of his illness.

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Norma D

"Always Keep Moving And Looking Ahead."

Norma was admitted to Kindred Hospital for treatment of recurrent congestive heart failure. While at Kindred, Norma required hemodialysis and as her strength returned she was able to begin rehab with the therapy department.

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Getting Back To A Normal Life

Susan began her recovery at Kindred Hospital Lima after an extensive heart valve surgery. Many unexpected complications after that surgery left her with a trach, on the ventilator and very weak.

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Cardiac Care From Open Heart Surgery

Lofton came to Kindred Hospital Lima for continued cardiac care following open heart surgery.

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Recovering From A Brain Aneurysm

Linda came to Kindred Hospital Lima after suffering a brain aneurysm. At the time of her arrival, she was admitted to the intensive care unit and was on ventilator support.

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