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COVID-19 patient returns home after more than 100 days in the hospital

05/04/21

After spending more than 100 days in the hospital battling COVID-19, including more than 60 days on a ventilator, Tom Howser was recently discharged from Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital and can finally return home.

Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital hosts Valentine’s Day wedding for patient and his fiancée

02/19/21

Hilliard Cecil wasn’t going to let a stroke get in the way of him fulfilling his dream to marry his fiancée Lana. While recovering at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital after his stroke, Hilliard mentioned his plans to the hospital staff. They quickly sprang into action to coordinate the wedding in the hospital’s beautiful atrium to help the couple fulfill their dreams.

Couple married 71 years completes COVID-19 recovery at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital

10/27/20

A couple married 71 years truly overcame the odds against them in battling COVID-19. After Nellie and Charles Anness contracted the virus at a church event, they were treated for their symptoms at an acute care hospital then transferred to Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital. Their love for each other coupled with intensive inpatient rehabilitation therapy for 16 days helped the couple transition back home, where they could be together again. Their speech­language pathologist Emily Goggin agrees, ''I think love inspires us to be motivated to wake up each day- to get out of bed each day." (Source: WLEX)

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Learn about mild head injury, concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy

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