From Rick and Melanie Musson of Bozeman, Montana:
When our daughter, Emaline, was diagnosed with a stroke and seizures, we felt lost. We didn't know where to start with treatment. Our state did not have the resources we needed, but we heard about Good Shepherd Pediatrics. All the pieces fell into place, so we headed across the country and "moved in" to the inpatient pediatric unit.
Emaline made huge strides while we were at Good Shepherd Pediatric Unit. The therapists and nurses were the perfect blend of professional and personal. A little piece of our hearts will always be at Good Shepherd because of what they did for our daughter.
From Christine Chapman of Corning, New York:
Facing and dealing with a chronic and often debilitating disease, such as multiple sclerosis, can be overwhelming at times. I reached a point in my life when I realized I had questions related to so many different areas, including: physical and occupational therapy, medications, nutrition and so many others. I wondered if an inpatient admission would be a possibility to really focus on my therapy, so I could jump start my program and continue when I returned home.
I did internet research and discovered Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital. After reading their positive patient satisfaction scores, I was anxious to schedule an evaluation. After I met some of the staff and visited the facility, I knew Good Shepherd was exactly what I had been searching for. I had such high expectations when I arrived, and Good Shepherd exceeded every one of them. I feel so fortunate to have had this experience.
For more information on Good Shepherd's programs and services, call 1-888-44-REHAB (73422) or contact us .