Success Stories


I am very grateful to everyone who cared for me and helped me get my life back

Christina lived at home and was independent; even though she relied on her wheelchair for mobility, she was able to live a normal life. When she contracted acute respiratory failure as a result of cardiac arrest she was rushed to the hospital where physicians placed her on a ventilator and began to administer treatment. At the general hospital, it became clear that Christina a longer course of treatment and she was transferred to Kindred Hospital Sugar Land.

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I am so glad that Roy is now able to come home

Roy was admitted to a general hospital for abdominal surgery and during the procedure he developed acute respiratory failure, requiring a ventilator to support his lungs. After the procedure he was placed in the ICU and also began treatment and dialysis for kidney failure. He remained in the general hospital until he was stable enough to be transferred to Kindred Hospital Sugar Land.

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Mr. Zatopek

From Abscesses on His Brain to Home Bound

Mr. Zatopek was a patient admitted to Kindred Hospital Sugar Land with a medical diagnosis of sepsis and respiratory failure related to abscesses in the brain.  He had significant functional impairments and required complete assistance with mobility and activities of daily living upon admission.

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Journey to Recovery

Diana was admitted to Kindred Hospital suffering from respiratory failure and sepsis due to multi-drug resistant pneumonia.  When she came to the Kindred ICU, she had been on a ventilator for two months. She was extremely weak, unable to move, speak or eat, and relied on a feeding tube for all her nutrition.

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