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Posts categorized as “Patient Stories”

Let’s Talk: Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center takes interactive approach to patient care

Posted on March 22, 2018

Erin Jacques chose to deliver baby Adeline via C-section at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, after conversations with her perinatologists.


Heart to Heart: Transplant Recipient Grows Stronger in Cardiac Rehab

Posted on February 22, 2018

Heart transplant recipient Maurice McAllister grows stronger in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Outpatient Program (CROP) at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.


Cardiac Ablation: Getting the rhythm back in Nancy’s heart

Posted on February 14, 2018

Nancy Thompson calls her cardiac ablation procedure at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center “a life changer!”


Free Wheelin’: Strokes change ride attendant’s perspective on life

Posted on January 25, 2018

After suffering four strokes and receiving life-saving treatment at Fort Sanders Regional, Gilbert Rodriguez has a new perspective on life.


Rolling to Victory: Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center gets four-year-old moving again

Posted on January 15, 2018

Four-year-old Beau Kirby’s wheelchair is a symbol of victory. After arriving at Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center unresponsive and stroller-bound two years ago, Beau is now mobile, playful, and communicating every day.


Shipshape Again: Cardiopulmonary rehab breathes new life into COPD patient

Posted on January 11, 2018

After completing cardiopulmonary rehab, COPD patient Jim Tomlinson and his wife celebrated their 50th anniversary on an Alaskan cruise with 70 other COPD shipmates.