Success Stories


Back on Her Feet

Judy was admitted to Kindred Hospital multiple times last year for rehab to help her regain her independence.

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Carolyn is Happy to be On the Road to Recovery

Carolyn was happy and living independently in her home when she developed a series of infections and loss of mobility.

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Carrie Found Herself Needing the Care She was Used to Giving

Carrie is a Registered Nurse who tended to patients requiring ventilator care at Kindred, where she started out as an LVN and had worked since 2002. She received her RN in 2013 at the age of 58 while continuing to work full time she attended school. But Carrie had no idea that she would find herself needing the kind of care she was used to giving.

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Everyone Worked Together

John was working on his farm. He hopped off his tractor to shut a gate and his tractor kept moving. “I tried to jump on it, like a dummy, and fell,” John said. “The tractor ran over me.” 

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Recovery Despite Complications

Vicenta, 86, was admitted to a short-term acute care hospital on January 31 for abdominal pain. Prior to this, she was independent at home with her family. After a lap cholecystectomy, she could not be extubated. She suffered multiple complications of surgery including a small bowel obstruction, pleural effusion and atrial fibrillation, and an irregular heart rhythm. She was weaning from the ventilator for approximately two hours a day but was not progressing prior to admission to Kindred Hospital.

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