Patients Age: 47 Admission Date: 9/1/16 Admitted From: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Discharge Date: 10/15/2016 Discharged To: Home with Guardian Angel Home Health Length of Stay: 44 days Reason for Stay: Spinal fusion surgery How did this patient hear about Hospitality? Word of mouth from friend
Details of Experience:
Patient was admitted to Hospitality Center for Rehabilitation and Healing on September 1, 2016 post spinal surgery. Prior to her surgery, she was unable to stand up straight or walk properly. She was also experiencing extreme amounts of back pain. When she arrived to Hospitality Center, her goals for therapy were, “to get around, be able to take care of myself, to be able to move around better and walk on my own.” When asked if she was able to walk before the surgery, she said, “yes, but it was very painful.” She started attending therapy several times a week. Her physical therapist, Rob, strived to normalize her gait pattern and assist in establishing endurance for walking. “She was walking poorly for years,” Rob said, “It took a while to correct her gait.”
They had her walking with a walker at first, but she was able to improve to transporting on her own. When asked about how she felt about the first weeks of therapy, she said, “It’s good. At first I wasn’t sure if I would be able to do physical therapy, but I am improving and working hard. Wasn’t sure I could walk at all, but they have me up with their help.” In therapy, they worked on balance, pain management through electronic therapy and diathermy. She worked hard during her time in therapy. Within weeks, she was walking normally by herself without assistance. “She fought through the pain and gave 100 percent,” said Rob. When she was discharged, she was able to walk out of the building with her family. She is now able to participate in activities she couldn’t before. She discharged happy with her progress, October 15th, 2016.
Join us on Friday, November 11th as we honor the veterans within our community, as well as the veterans in the local community and their surviving spouses. We will be hosting Pie Day from 11am to 2pm; be sure to pick up your complimentary homemade pie for the upcoming holiday season. We are proud to serve those who have served us.
CareRite Centers’ Amputee Walking School makes headlines once again! The signature program for CareRite Centers across the nation was recently featured in the Dayton, Ohio area as professionals were educated on #TheCareRiteDifference shared by the Hospitality Center community.
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Patients Age: 45 Admission Date: 8/24/16 Admitted From: Greene Memorial Hospital Discharge Date: 9/27/16 Discharged To: Home with Kettering Home Health Length of Stay: 34 days Reason for Stay: Diverticultis and chronic backpain How did this patient hear about Hospitality? Referral from a former employee.
Details of Experience:
This patient was admitted to Hospitality Center for Rehabilitation and Healing on August 24, 2016. She was experiencing extreme stomach and back pain, where moving would only cause increased discomfort. It had been a while since she had been able to walk due to the pain she was experiencing. In result of her condition, the patient later developed problems with balance and stability. When asked what she would like to get out of therapy she replied, “Endurance, to stand and walk farther and longer than able to now. To feel more stable.” She also wanted to get stronger so she could take care of her daughter. She had physical and occupational therapy, focusing on building up strength.
Her therapist, Rob, explained that she had trouble walking and getting out of bed when she first arrived; however, she quickly progressed. “She worked very hard. She was very motivated.” They worked on strengthening her arms and legs, walking around the building and stair training to build strength in her knees. They also worked to manage her pain with modalities such as the diathermy. She praises the therapy team for her successes. “There are great people down in therapy. They do an amazing job. My arms and legs are stronger, I can walk farther. The people in therapy really motivate you to get better. I would definitely recommend this place.” This patient successfully later discharged home with her family after a short 34 day stay.
Patients Age: 69 Admission Date: 7/17/2016 Admitted From: Greene Memorial Hospital Discharge Date: 8/3/2016 Discharged To: Home with Kettering Home Health Length of Stay: 17 days Reason for Stay: Stroke affecting left side How did this patient hear about Hospitality? Word of mouth, Living nearby
Details of Experience:
Ken was admitted to Hospitality following a stroke on July 17th, 2016. He entered Hospitality looking for rehabilitation and help with coordination. Prior to being hospitalized, Ken was fairly active, working outside and mowing lawns. When Ken first arrived, it took two therapists to get him into a sitting position because he was hyper-extended. However once he started his therapy routine, it didn’t take long for them to get him transferring from siting to standing. Physical and occupational therapy worked on strength, balance, and endurance. He had to undergo neuromuscular re-education to bring back the strength he had lost in his left side following the stroke.
Within the two and a half weeks he was at Hospitality, he regained his independence and was walking around the facility without supervision or assistance. Ken had a positive experience in therapy and had nothing but great things to say about his therapists. “Physical therapy works with you so you can get better. They want you to do things right, so you don’t have to come right back. They don’t let you slack. They also have patience. Rob and Amanda are great.” Ken met all of his therapy goals and was discharged on August 3rd, 2016. He was sent home with nursing and therapy services through Kettering Home Health.
Patients Age: 72 Admission Date: 6/3/2016 Admitted From: Kettering Medical Center Discharge Date: 6/25/2016 Discharged To: Home Length of Stay: 22 days Reason for Stay: Rehabilitation post heart attack How did this patient hear about Hospitality? Visited family member during their stay at our facility
Details of Experience:
Fred was admitted to Hospitality on June 3rd following an open heart surgery. When he first came to us, he was sore and tired, but in good spirits. From the first day of his stay, he was determined to get on his feet and back to his regular routine. When asked about his goals for physical therapy, he replied, “To stay motivated. I want to be someone to look up to for working hard.” He also had good first impressions of Hospitality. “It’s a very nice facility. You have everything I would need. I feel very fortune to have selected this place.”
Once he started physical and occupational therapy, he progressed very quickly. Upon admission, he was only walking 100 feet with a walker. Soon, he was able to stop using his walker as he was getting therapy 2 times a day Monday through Friday. In physical therapy they were working on his endurance, strengthening his heart, and encouraging him to walk farther each session. Therapy involved a lot of cardio exercises and walking in and around the building. By the end of the first 10 days, he was noticing improvement. “It’s been working my heart and I can tell my heart is healing. If it wasn’t for therapy, I wouldn’t be as far as I am now. It’s a beautiful journey. I’ve come so far in 10 days.” Besides therapy, Fred also had positive things to say about the food and the nursing staff, giving a 10 rating of his stay. Towards the end of his stay, he was walking the entire length of the facility without fatiguing. During Fred’s discharge evaluation, he had nothing but positive things to say about his rehabilitation journey with Hospitality. “It was a job for me to get out of bed. With eating right and therapy, it got better. I was doing things on my own and started getting stronger.” Fred was discharged home 22 days after admission on June 25th and has been receiving nursing assistance and therapy services from Kettering Home Health.
On Tuesday, September 27th, Vitas Hospice will be presenting a seminar at Hospitality Center for Rehabilitation and Healing at 9:30 am. The seminar will be in the main dining room and a complimentary breakfast will be provided. Please contact Hospitality Center for Rehabilitation and Healing at (937) 372-4495 ex. 302 to RSVP.
Patients Age: 92 Admission Date: 5/23/2016 Admitted From: Greene Memorial Hospital Discharge Date: 6/24/2016 Discharged To: Home with Home Health Care Length of Stay: 32 days Reason for Stay: Pneumonia How did this patient hear about Hospitality? Word of mouth from family and friends.
Details of Experience:
This patient was admitted to Hospitality Center for Rehab and Healing after being hospitalized for pneumonia. He was experiencing weakness, shortness of breath and was a fall risk. When he was first admitted to Hospitality, he had symptoms of fatigue and admitted to not being very active. When asked for the reason of his stay, he said, “to get up again.” When also asked about his expectations for therapy, he said, “To be able to walk again. I can walk now, but not very steady.”
During his therapy at Hospitality, the main goals were building endurance and balance. His therapist Rodney noted that “He was very uncertain when he started with us. We really worked on building up his ability to walk with confidence.” This patient received physical and occupational therapy 5-6 times a week. They worked on leg and arm weights and balance exercises. He also used the indoor cycle machine on both his arms and legs. Within the first week of therapy, this patient noted, “I am getting around better than I was.” In his weekly evaluations, he gave high praise to his physical therapists Rodney and Amanda. “It’s been hard, it makes me hurt sometimes, but they are good.” He consistently rated his stay at Hospitality between a 9 or 10.
In his discharge evaluation he stated, “They liked to kill me. Amanda and Rodney are really good.” He also rated his overall stay as an “Almost perfect” 9. “I appreciated the way they all treated me.” Thirty-two days from his admission, he had reached his maximum therapy goals, such as walking 500 feet with a cane, and was discharged home with Home Health and transitional therapy.