Melvin Jones walked into the emergency room of a community hospital just four days after Christmas in 2017 and 14 days before he turned 47. This visit was one of multiple visits he had taken to an ER, so he wasn’t unduly alarmed from what he saw.
Leadership and other management qualities are often compared to sports. A great passion of mine is football, specifically Philadelphia Eagles football.
When Your Loved One Needs Specialty Care: Acuity Hospital of South Texas – They Help You Breathe Easier
When your loved one needs further treatment, a long-term acute care hospital might be the best clinical setting for them.
Really big snow storms – and even every day, run-of-the-mill snowfalls – create a risk by shoveling. Pushing a heavy snow blower also can cause injury. And, there’s the cold factor.
Winter dangers, such as broken bones from falls on ice, or breathing problems caused by cold air, can be worrisome, especially for older adults.
There’s no place like home for the holidays. But sometimes, we find that a loved one will be spending the holiday season at the hospital.
A Life-Changing Suggestion Made By a Friend – Consider a Long Term Acute Care Hospital Saved Christopher Johnson’s Life
Before Christopher Johnson, 65, became sick 18 months ago, he was unfamiliar with the idea of a long-term specialty hospital, until a friend made what Christopher and his wife Jennifer Johnson now say was a life-changing suggestion.
After spending 79 days in the hospital, John Davidson of Wheeling, West Virginia, is happy he can walk and cut his own grass again.
On March 24, 2017 Patricia Weese’s life changed forever when she suffered a major heart attack. Pat is one of those people that always makes you smile. She has had a rough life.
#TeamAcuity – David Kozusnik from Respiratory Therapist to Clinical Liaison, Providing patients and families a smooth transition when coming to Acuity
I have been employed with Acuity Specialty Hospital since February 2010, initially as respiratory therapist. In February of 2016, I started my position as a clinical liaison.