Billy Shaw

Billy Shaw lived a very active life alongside his spouse, doing his own yard work, driving, and walking with only a cane for assistance. After developing swelling, Billy sought medical treatment, beginning with a series of outpatient visits. Ultimately, Billy was admitted to a local short-term acute care hospital for treatment.

Linda Thompson

Linda Thompson woke up in the middle of the night experiencing abdominal pain. She called 911, and an ambulance arrived to transport her to Baptist St. Anthony’s Hospital. At the hospital, doctors diagnosed Linda with a perforated stomach and a hiatal hernia.

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Kaye Moore

After undergoing some lab work, Kaye met with her physician to review the results. Unfortunately, some of the values were abnormal, which resulted in Kaye admitting to BSA Hospital. At the hospital, Kaye was diagnosed with pancreatitis.

Peter Cervantez

While watching TV one day, Peter got very dizzy and noticed he couldn’t stand up. After being taken to a facility in his home state of New Mexico, Peter soon transferred to BSA Hospital after being diagnosed with a stroke.

Jay Graham

A pickleball injury brought Jay Graham to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo. Before his injury, Jay kept physically active first by golfing, later adding pickleball to the mix. He also was active in the community, working and driving.

William Patterson

A recent heart attack led William Patterson back to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo. Before the heart attack, William lived at home and got around fairly well. William was at home when he had the heart attack and was admitted to a local hospital for treatment. His doctors recommended inpatient rehabilitation.

Dean Newton

Prior to his stroke, Dean Newton lived independently and worked full-time for the City of Amarillo. Dean’s stroke occurred four days after undergoing a coronary artery bypass and aortic repair.

George Parr

A sudden intestinal infection landed George in the hospital. After surgery, George transferred to Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Amarillo for recovery. He had a great stay, then discharged to a skilled nursing facility for further recovery before returning home.

Cynthia Dodgen

Cynthia Dodgen worked a full-time job and was an active member of the Amarillo community before being involved in a motor vehicle accident that left her with debilitating injuries.