Transitional Care Hospitals
Transitional Care Hospitals

Success Stories


“This place and the people here saved my life.”

In early November of last year Mr. Reiswig began to feel extreme pain in his abdomen and he went to the hospital where he was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis.

Read more about Levi


Grateful To Be Moving Forward With A Completely Different Outlook On Life.

Tiffany was going about the normal life of a full-time mother and wife until she started to feel sick. She then developed pneumonia and had to be hospitalized, but as she started to get better she developed another serious medical condition that required emergency surgery and Tiffany unfortunately went into shock during the operation. To protect her from developing additional complications, physicians induced a coma and placed her on a ventilator and feeding tube and she was closely monitored in the ICU for two weeks. 

Read more about Tiffany


Undaunted By A Serious Accident That Nearly Claimed His Life, Bert Looks Forward To Riding Again.

Bert is an avid cycling enthusiast who shared that he typically rode upwards of 80 miles a week. He was out on a ride in late May when he slid out on some gravel and fell into oncoming traffic. He was dragged 60 feet before the car that struck him came to a stop and he was rushed to the ER by ambulance.

Read more about Bert

Robert R

Courage and Determination Helped Him Get To The Next Step In His Recovery.

Robert came to Kindred Hospital for ongoing management of encephalitis and to wean from the ventilator that was supporting his breathing. Prior to coming to Kindred, Robert had undergone a kidney transplant in 2013 due to Goodpasture Syndrome - a rare autoimmune disease in which antibodies attack the basement membrane in lungs and kidneys, leading to bleeding from the lungs and kidney failure.

Read more about Robert