Transitional Care Hospitals
Transitional Care Hospitals

Success Stories


Christina

“Thank you all for the care you gave me, I can’t wait to be home with my husband and my kids again.”

Christina was taken to the ER when she began to feel increasing pain in both legs. Physicians diagnosed her with a previous infection that had rapidly worsened and led to pneumonia and respiratory failure.

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Ashley

“I loved all the staff here.”

Ashley was admitted to the Acute Rehab Unit (ARU) at Kindred Hospital Philadelphia – Havertown after being hospitalized at an acute care facility when she began to experience impaired mobility and sudden lower extremity weakness.

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Patrice

“I’m looking forward to seeing my puppies and travelling again.”

Patrice was found unresponsive and was rushed to an acute care hospital due to respiratory failure.

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Jill

“I am looking forward to seeing my two puppies.”

Jill began to have severe difficulty breathing and had to call 911.

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Deborah

“I’m happy with my experience at Kindred, both the hospital and ARU were great.”

Deborah was active and independent until she had to be admitted to a general hospital for shortness of breath and was diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Carla

“I never thought I would walk again.”

Carla lived at home with her family and led an active life until she developed a cough and difficulty breathing and had to be admitted to a hospital where she was diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Daniel

“I’d have to say that coming to Kindred is like finding a diamond in the rough.”

Daniel is retired and lived at home with his wife until he had to be admitted to an acute care facility when he developed respiratory failure.

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Rachel

“The nursing, therapy and rehab teams have been excellent and very encouraging.”

Rachel was admitted to a general hospital when she began to have difficulty breathing.

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Mark

Motivated To Walk Again

Mark was admitted to Kindred Hospital on full ventilator support settings. His care team developed a plan and he started on Kindred’s weaning protocol the next morning, and in only six days was able to be weaned off the ventilator completely. 

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