Denver >Insurance Services > Kindred Hospital-Denver
I was very pleased with my stay at
Kindred Hospital. My wife researched our options for extended care facilities anticipating my release from Longmont United Hospital. I was in no condition to make such a decision on my own. Although I felt helpless, I found the staff to be friendly, supportive, and able to keep me comfortable and as I told my wife, they’re ether really sincere or they’re darned good actors (read on). They got me off the feeding tube, and eating solid food. They got me off of the trach tube which enabled me to talk.
The Physical Therapists pushed, (but not too hard) because that’s the only way I was ever going to get out of that bed. When I was released from Kindred I wasn’t at 100%, but I was starting to gain weight, able to get around on my own with a walker and when I finally got home, the first Physical Therapist that came to the house was surprised that I wasn’t bedridden.
I recently attended a High-Tea event at Kindred where former patients are invited to mingle with staff & other former patients, just to see how everyone is doing. I walked in on my own without even a cane. Bob, you’re walking on your own! I’m no one considering the thousands of people they must care for every year, but I could tell from the teary eyes that they weren’t acting, they were genuinely happy for me and my recovery. I made it a point to shake every hand, offer a big hug and literally pat every back in an effort to express my gratitude for the care they provided to get me back on my feet.
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