Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital is going through and has undergone many changes as of lately. CEO Kent Riddle gives you the 2014 State of our Hospital in his first web video blog.
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As we enter 2014 significant changes are happening in the communications, marketing and public relations industry as a whole, not just in the healthcare industry. Patients, doctors, families and the public want faster and better access to information than ever before. SO…how does this all fit into healthcare and the industry? This video blog provides…
Mary Free Bed therapist Jennifer McWain, MHS, PT wrote a guest story for Physical Therapy Products magazine. Click below to read: Physical Therapy Products Magazine – Website – Virtual Electronic Edition
Navigating a wheelchair in the snow can be a challenge. Below are four ways able-bodied people can be good neighbors during the winter months. If there’s a van-accessible handicapped-parking spot, leave it for a van that is equipped with a wheelchair lift. Be sure not to crowd the van on the passenger side, which is where…
Kelly Merz remembers all too well her first solo attempt at getting to work in the snow while using a wheelchair. When she opened the door of her apartment to venture toward the garage, a gust of wind picked up the stack of papers on her lap. So she wheeled over to the papers, maneuvered…
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Thomas “Ken” Taylor, 77, was working in a hilly part of his yard last spring when he lost his balance. He fell into a tree, which caused him to fracture is neck (C1 vertebrae). Ken was immediately taken to the emergency room at Holland Hospital. After a few days in the hospital he was referred…
Enjoy Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital’s 30-second commercial spot for the 2013 holiday season!
Jennifer Crowell, Mary Free Bed graduate, decided that her accident wasn’t the end. In fact, it was the beginning of her decision to inspire and encourage others in similar situations. Listen as Shelley Mishler, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital Guild President, shares Jennifer’s story of hope and determination.