Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital is coming on its 1 year anniversary for the Home and Community Services program. Rehabilitation can come directly to your own home, gym or local West Michigan community.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital recently launched the Betty Bloomer Ford Cancer Rehabilitation Program. CEO Kent Riddle talks about the program and good it has already done in West Michigan.
Spray-paint artist and former lymphedema patient John Schindler paid a visit to the Mary Free Bed Outpatient Therapy Clinic today to bestow a gift upon the woman who helped him regain his hope and freedom three years ago. “It was one of my darkest points. I was at my wit’s end,” 26-year-old John told physical…
Sixteen-year-old Hanna Rinkevicz was all smiles today as she walked out of Mary Free Bed. She was accompanied by her parents, Christy and Mark Rinkevicz, and a group of firefighters who work with her dad at the Grand Rapids Fire Department. They came to wish her well and provide a grand escort from the hospital….
From the Grand Rapids Press – Sunday, February 9, 2014
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.
CONTACT: Beth Cranson Media Relations 616.840.8215 – office 616.540.0813 – cell email@example.com Lansing, Mich. — Sparrow Hospital and Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital have joined together to create Mary Free Bed at Sparrow, a joint venture providing advanced inpatient rehabilitation care for patients in the mid-Michigan region. The rehabilitation unit at Sparrow will expand to…
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
Megan Reynolds is pleased to be a “repeat customer” at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. “I requested to come back here because it feels safe. I trust everyone here,” says Megan, who is 27 and lives in Hudsonville. Last week, as she wrapped up her third stay as an inpatient, Megan spoke fondly of the…
Nine-year-old Jack Stoner smiles a lot these days. He’s often setting aside his wheeled walker in favor of crutches and even endeavoring to take a few steps without the aid of either. “My toes are forward. It’s easier to walk and I can go faster,” he says. In early October, Jack underwent a selective dorsal…