Patient Age: 62 Admission Date: 8/3/17 Admitted From: Tristar Summit Medical Center Reason for Stay: Fractured Hip
Details of Experience:
Eva Davis arrived at Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing on August 3rd 2017 from TriStar Summit Medical Center. Due to her fractured hip, she required rehabilitation to assist strengthening her muscles and joints due to her fall. Ms. Davis was greeted by her nurses and techs upon her arrival at Gallatin Center. Within the next 48 hours, Eva Davis was greeted by each department manager, where they shared their role and what they love about the Gallatin Center community.
Within the first two weeks of Ms. Davis’s stay, she was given a clinical order to undergo therapy multiple times per week to continue building her strength post-surgery. “It was a struggle at first for me to do anything due to my hip,” stated Ms. Davis. “After three weeks, I started gaining my strength back and being able to do more and walk so much better.” The therapy team shared, “when she first arrived, it was difficult for her due to her hip pain, she truly could not do much, but after working with her she is now walking without a walker and with assistance!”
Eva Davis continues to thrive with the support from the Gallatin Center team as she continues to achieve her goals and progress towards her discharge date. At this time, Eva is walking with assistance, capable of completing additional lower extremity exercises, and also riding the bicycle to assist building her strength!
Quality and Gallatin Centers for Rehabilitation and Healing are proud to co-host Todd Schaffhauser and Dennis Oehler alongside Phoenix Physical Therapy in Lebanon, TN to support the community and offer unprecedented levels of support for amputee patients, families and healthcare professionals.
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Patient Name: Virginia Price Admission Date: 6/27/17 Admitted From: Sumner Regional Medical Center Reason for Stay: Kidney Infection
Details of Experience:
Mrs. Virginia Price arrived at Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing on June 27, 2017, after spending three days at Sumner Regional in Gallatin, TN. After arriving from the hospital with a kidney infection, Mrs. Price was greeted by her charge nurse, social services director, and her clinical techs. Over the next few days, she was greeted by therapists, the concierge director, laundry, and kitchen. Mrs. Virginia arrived as an assist with her transfers and bed mobility.
The doctor placed her on an antibiotics regimen to combat her infection. After the therapy team evaluated Mrs. Price, they began to notice that she required more assistance with her daily routines as far as transfers and bed mobility, and had great pain in her left leg. They began working with her daily to help build her strength back up. After a month and a half of working with Mrs. Price she went from needing assistance with bed mobility, standing, transfers, to only supervision. Mrs. Virginia’s pain level has also decreased over the period of time!
Mrs. Virginia is planning on discharging next week to return back to Morningside Assisted Living. We are all happy for her and glad that she has improved enough to return back to her home. She is really excited and we send warm wishes and good luck her way.
Paralaympic Gold Medalists, Todd Schaffhauser and Dennis Oehler, spends the day with WANT 98.9 FM here in Tennessee! Schaffhauser and Oehler shared their signature amputee rehabilitation program with the community and their mission to recreate the paradigm of amputee care. The mission of the program is to provide the resources necessary for patients, staff and families that are second-to-none! #KeepMovingForward
Throughout the month of July, Gallatin Center is thrilled to celebrate “Art For Life”, a campaign designed to allow residents, staff, families and members of the community to express and showcase their artistic talents! Visitors are given the opportunity to cast their vote for their favorite piece of art as the winning resident will be selected to represent Gallatin Center in the national CareRite Centers 2018 calendar!
Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing is thrilled to invite the community to their upcoming community Amputee Walking Schools! The comprehensive program is free for all and is world-renowned for supporting over 20,000 amputee patients regain their strength, mobility and wellbeing under the leadership of Paralympic Gold Medalists Todd Schaffhauser and Dennis Oehler
Patient Name: Pamela Bradley Admission Date: 4/5/17 Admitted From: Vanderbilt Medical Center Reason for Stay: Amputation of left foot
Details of Experience:
Ms. Pamela Bradley arrived to Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing on April 5th from Vanderbilt University Medical Center due to an amputation procedure of her toes on her left foot. Ms. Bradley, and her daughter, Candice, began to search for a local rehabilitation and nursing center to support her journey of recovery, ultimately selecting Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing. The two chose Gallatin Center as it was convenient for Mrs. Candice to visit her mother regularly and she would have the ability to receive the best therapy possible through the center’s reputation.
When Ms. Bradley arrived, she was greeted by her physical therapist, Robert, who assisted her from the vehicle to the wheelchair and to her room. Ms. Bradley was also immediately welcomed by the Director of Nursing, Unit Nurse and the Unit Techs. The clinical team was incredibly helpful with respect of assisting her if needed from the bed to the wheelchair and available to answer any questions her or her daughter may have had. Ms. Bradley began therapy immediately while also getting to know additional staff members and residents. Over the next few weeks, Ms. Bradley started to participate in activities more and enjoyed conversing outdoors while gaining a lovely tan. While in therapy she began withleg and arm exercises to build strength and stamina using weights. During the month of June, Ms. Bradley began to use the parallel bars to work on bearing weight on her left foot. We are so happy to share that she is now being able to transfer herself and apply a degree of weight on her foot! The therapy team is really happy to see the improvements Ms. Bradley has made thus far.
Ms. Bradley met with the interdisciplinary team during her patient care plan meeting on June 29th ultimately receiving the great news that she would be discharging on July 5th! Ms. Bradley has worked so hard toward her goals of being able to return to her apartment and to live on her own again. We are all proud of how far she has come to be able to return back home. We all are thrilled and wish nothing but blessings for Ms. Bradley for 2017!
Gallatin Center was proud to host their MAC Makeover event, thanking local social workers, discharge planners, and other healthcare professionals for all that they do for the Gallatin community. Aromatherapy, chair massages and makeovers by MAC Cosmetics were enjoyed by everyone. The highlight of this women’s empowerment event was renowned speaker and author Angela Howells. The focus of her presentation was finding the beauty within. One attendee, from a local assisted living facility, was quoted as having said, “The evening was a wonderful experience and resonated with me as a woman and a healthcare professional.”
Patients Age: 84 Admission Date: 12/22/16 Admitted From: Sumner Regional Medical Center Discharge Date: 1/25/16 Discharged To: Home Length of Stay: 34 days Reason for Stay: Pneumonia and a fall How did this patient hear about Gallatin Center? Sumner Regional Medical Center
Details of Experience:
Ms. Baker was admitted to Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing on December 22, 2016 from Sumner Regional Medical Center with a diagnosis of pneumonia. She also had suffered from a fall from being weak from her respiratory ailment. Upon hospital discharge, Ms. Baker was admitted to Gallatin Center for therapy and support for her respiratory illness.
According to Ms. Baker, “The nurses and therapist have taken really good care of me. I have been pleased with my care here at the Gallatin Center. Some of my techs even call me mom or grandma.”
While at Gallatin Center, Ms. Baker shared her love of drawing horses where she actively participated in the “Art for Life” program and several other recreational programs.
After a successful journey or exceptional outcomes and much success, Ms. Baker was discharged back to her home on January 25, 2017. She noted to be pleased with returning home and very much looks forward to getting back to her normal routine. One routine that she was really excited to return to was the local Cracker Barrel on a regular basis. We wish her nothing but the best as she continues to heal, progress and live a an exciting, motivating life! Cheers to you, Ms. Baker!