Transitional Care Hospitals
Transitional Care Hospitals

Success Stories


“All the staff here have been great, very helpful and patient.”

Harold lives at home with his wife and enjoyed spending time with their family and playing golf until he had to be admitted to an acute care facility due to a sudden change in his mental status.

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Recovery for the most important walk of his life.

Tim came to Kindred Hospital Houston Northwest after an episode of double pneumonia and septic shock.

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“I’m grateful to the Kindred staff for their hard work and dedication.”

Zelma came to Kindred Hospital Houston Northwest after having been hospitalized for acute respiratory failure. At the time of her admission she was receiving high-flow oxygen, was extremely weak, needed significant levels of assistance and was experiencing high levels of anxiety.

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“My husband and I can’t thank you enough for taking care of me.”

Tina was visiting her sister in January of this year when she started to feel like she had a cold coming on. Her condition rapidly worsened and she had to be admitted to a general hospital where she developed respiratory failure and had to be placed in the ICU due to complications from COVID-19. Nearly five months after being admitted, and still experiencing low brain activity after being in a coma, Tina was transferred to Kindred Hospital Houston Northwest.

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“The staff here at Kindred was always upbeat and encouraging.”

Thomas came to Kindred Hospital Houston Northwest after having been admitted at an acute care facility for cardiac arrest. Although he was no longer dependent on a ventilator, his breathing tube was still in place to ensure his airway remained clear and he was weak from his ordeal and required substantial assistance from his caregivers for all his needs.

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“I am grateful for the care I received here.”

Barbara was admitted to a general hospital for a hernia repair surgery. Unfortunately, during the surgery she had an acute cardiac arrest and developed respiratory failure as well, requiring the placement of a ventilator. Unable to eat or drink anything, Barbara also had to have a feeding tube placed to administer nutrition.

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Remarkable Journey to Recovery

James came to Kindred Hospital Houston Northwest after having been hospitalized for respiratory failure and other complications. Physicians at the facility had placed him on a ventilator to support his lungs and given him a feeding tube as he was unable to eat.

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On The Road Again

Pauline is an energetic woman who lives at home with her husband. Despite being on supplemental home oxygen, she enjoyed taking long walks, listening to music and playing with her three grandkids.

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After Two Years On A Ventilator, Irving Is Finally Able To Breathe On His Own

Irving had been struggling with the removal of the mechanical ventilator and tracheostomy that kept him alive for more two years. He had been in and out of the hospital ICU with respiratory failure several times until he was transferred to Kindred Hospital.

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