Transitional Care Hospitals
Transitional Care Hospitals

Success Stories


“I am very happy for the care that I received here at Kindred, thank you all.”

Judy had to be admitted to a general hospital when she developed difficulty breathing. She was found to be suffering from toxicity related to medication she was taking that also caused her brain to swell and led to pain, confusion and respiratory failure.

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“I am so happy to see him able to start walking again, thank you.”

After going to the doctor when he developed a cough, John was diagnosed with esophageal cancer and underwent critical surgery to remove and repair part of his esophagus.

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“Thank you for everything you’ve done for me.”

Kevin was involved in a horrific auto accident and the car he was in rolled over several times. He was rushed to a trauma center and physicians began to work to save his life as he suffered several fractures of his spine, ribs, and limbs. He also had a brain bleed and developed respiratory failure, requiring the placement of a ventilator and feeding tube. He remained at the trauma center until he had been stabilized and then Kevin was transferred to Kindred Hospital Sugar Land to receive aggressive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation.

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“I am ready to return home.”

Josefa had to be taken to the ER when she developed extreme difficulty breathing and was diagnosed with respiratory failure. She had to be placed on a ventilator and given a feeding tube as she was not able to take anything by mouth. She remained in the short-term hospital until she could be transferred to Kindred Hospital Sugar Land to be weaned from the ventilator.

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“I have done very well since coming to Kindred.”

Jean lives at home with her family and had to be brought to the ER when she started suffering from recurring falls and chest pains. She was found to have a significant injury to her scalp, and due to pneumonia, her breathing grew worse until she developed acute respiratory failure and had to be placed on a ventilator. Jean was also started on a course of IV antibiotics to treat a severe septic infection and she remained at the general hospital until she was stabilized and able to be transferred to Kindred Hospital Sugar Land.

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“I am very grateful to be able to walk out of Kindred and return home with my family.”

Ronald had to have a multi-vessel coronary artery bypass surgery and subsequently contracted COVID-19. He was subsequently transferred to the ICU at Kindred Hospital Sugar Land dependent on a ventilator and feeding tube, and still undergoing IV antibiotic therapy for pneumonia.

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“I am ready to go home and return to my family.”

Richard came to Kindred Hospital Sugar Land after being hospitalized at an acute care hospital for COVID-19. He was admitted to the ICU needing a high level of care and was dependent on high-flow oxygen as his breathing was compromised by the virus.

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