Patients Share Success Stories


Angie Alexander

Angie Alexander

In March 2009, Angie suffered a severe stroke while visiting family in Miami, resulting in significant paralysis of the left side of her body.

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Daine Albrecht

Diane Albrecht

In 1987, Diane Albrecht, a former captain of the United States Air Force (USAF), was the first woman to be named Hospital Administrator of the Year. Diane was a Hospital Commander at a NATO base in Turkey when she suffered a traumatic brain injury.

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Harry Newell

Harry Newell

Harry Newell’s life had come to a standstill. At age seventy-five, he suffered from multiple medical conditions that left him with significant functional limits. In August of 2010, he came to HealthSouth.

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Roxana Marquez

Roxana Marquez

While on vacation in Miami from Venezuela this past August, 35-year-old Roxana suddenly developed a severe headache and lost complete control of the right side of her body. 

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Roy Smith

Roy Smith

In February of 2011, while recuperating from hip replacement surgery, Roy Smith suffered a terrible fall at home resulting in severe spinal cord injuries. He endured over 17 hours of corrective surgery and was hospitalized for three months.

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Becoming a Patient

Our hospital provides care for those who are ready to be discharged from a hospital but not ready to return home. Treatment and care is designed to bridge the gap between hospital and home. Anyone who is limited functionally from an injury or illness can benefit from rehabilitation.

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