Kindred Hospital Las Vegas Flamingo

Kindred Hospital Las Vegas Flamingo Kindred Hospital Las Vegas Flamingo specializes in treating chronically, critically ill patients with specialized care who require an extended stay in a hospital setting.
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Our hospital does not offer emergency services. We specialize in the treatment and rehabilitation of the post-intensive care and complex medical patient requiring intensive care, including specialized rehabilitation, in an acute hospital setting. With our services we provide a wide array of rehabilitation therapies to help patients progress to positive outcomes, regain function and safely return home as quickly as their recovery allows.

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Judith recalls having fun at work then developing trouble breathing. Admitted to a hospital and diagnosed with COVID-19,...
07/06/2021

Judith recalls having fun at work then developing trouble breathing. Admitted to a hospital and diagnosed with COVID-19, Judith’s lungs began to fail and she had to be put on a ventilator. A month later, she was transferred to Kindred Hospital Dayton and began her respiratory therapy. Judith applied herself and was liberated from the ventilator completely. Responding well to her physical and occupational therapy, she began to regain strength and mobility. Before being discharged, Judith was able to sit on the side of her bed, drink and eat a normal diet, and tackle daily tasks.

“I am so very ready to get up and get moving,” Judith said. “I look forward to returning home and playing with my dogs. I was completely independent prior to getting sick and look forward to my independence once again.”

Judith recalls having fun at work then developing trouble breathing. Admitted to a hospital and diagnosed with COVID-19, Judith’s lungs began to fail and she had to be put on a ventilator. A month later, she was transferred to Kindred Hospital Dayton and began her respiratory therapy. Judith applied herself and was liberated from the ventilator completely. Responding well to her physical and occupational therapy, she began to regain strength and mobility. Before being discharged, Judith was able to sit on the side of her bed, drink and eat a normal diet, and tackle daily tasks.

“I am so very ready to get up and get moving,” Judith said. “I look forward to returning home and playing with my dogs. I was completely independent prior to getting sick and look forward to my independence once again.”

Jacqueline got the vaccine for her patients and those she loves.
07/02/2021

Jacqueline got the vaccine for her patients and those she loves.

Jacqueline got the vaccine for her patients and those she loves.

You only have one more day to get your nominations in for the 2021 Paul Diaz Caring Award. Did a Kindred employee bring ...
06/30/2021

You only have one more day to get your nominations in for the 2021 Paul Diaz Caring Award. Did a Kindred employee bring joy to your life over the past year? Did they find fun in all they did? Were they kinder than expected? Did they give their best or stay focused on the patient? This is your chance to nominate an excellent Kindred employee for the Paul Diaz Caring Award. Click the link and submit your nomination before July 1. http://Kindrd.care/6185yTyZX

You only have one more day to get your nominations in for the 2021 Paul Diaz Caring Award. Did a Kindred employee bring joy to your life over the past year? Did they find fun in all they did? Were they kinder than expected? Did they give their best or stay focused on the patient? This is your chance to nominate an excellent Kindred employee for the Paul Diaz Caring Award. Click the link and submit your nomination before July 1. http://Kindrd.care/6185yTyZX

06/28/2021
Donna Crowley FINAL.mp4

As a 2020 recipient of the Paul Diaz Caring Award, Donna Crowley was nominated for giving her best. As a Unity Secretary at Kindred Hospital St. Louis – St. Anthony, her passion led her out of her formal job description to sit and comfort patients while encouraging them. Do you know a Kindred employee with that same level of passion? Nominate them for the 2021 Paul Diaz Caring Award here: http://Kindrd.care/6184yrbHp

06/28/2021
Donna Crowley FINAL.mp4

As a 2020 recipient of the Paul Diaz Caring Award, Donna Crowley was nominated for giving her best. As a Unity Secretary at Kindred Hospital St. Louis – St. Anthony, her passion led her out of her formal job description to sit and comfort patients while encouraging them. Do you know a Kindred employee with that same level of passion? Nominate them for the 2021 Paul Diaz Caring Award here: http://Kindrd.care/6184yrbHp

Ramon’s medical history made him predisposed to COVID-19. When he unfortunately contracted the virus, he developed acute...
06/28/2021

Ramon’s medical history made him predisposed to COVID-19. When he unfortunately contracted the virus, he developed acute breathing problems and had to be placed on a ventilator. After arriving at Kindred Hospital New Jersey – Morris County, his respiratory therapists immediately began to administer pulmonary care and he responded very well. With each day, Ramon’s lungs healed and after only a few weeks he was off the mechanical ventilator. With his next goal to regain mobility and independence ever present in his mind, Roman’s rehab therapists worked closely with him. Just a week after being off the ventilator, he was on his feet and walking again with a little help.

“Thank you everyone on my team,” Roman said before leaving to continue his recovery. “I was very happy with the care I received here.”

Ramon’s medical history made him predisposed to COVID-19. When he unfortunately contracted the virus, he developed acute breathing problems and had to be placed on a ventilator. After arriving at Kindred Hospital New Jersey – Morris County, his respiratory therapists immediately began to administer pulmonary care and he responded very well. With each day, Ramon’s lungs healed and after only a few weeks he was off the mechanical ventilator. With his next goal to regain mobility and independence ever present in his mind, Roman’s rehab therapists worked closely with him. Just a week after being off the ventilator, he was on his feet and walking again with a little help.

“Thank you everyone on my team,” Roman said before leaving to continue his recovery. “I was very happy with the care I received here.”

William was involved in an auto accident driving on snow. His vehicle slid and hit a tree. Transported by ambulance to t...
06/25/2021

William was involved in an auto accident driving on snow. His vehicle slid and hit a tree. Transported by ambulance to the ER, William was placed on a ventilator, having developed acute respiratory failure. He was transferred to Kindred Hospital Northland for respiratory therapy, wound care, rehab and continued care. After receiving aggressive respiratory therapy, William made excellent progress, recovering the ability to breathe independently not long after starting treatment. His wounds healed thanks to the wound care nurse while every one of his caregivers offered support and encouragement.

Before being discharged, William expressed his thanks to the team. “I would like to thank all of my nurses, CNAs, and my respiratory therapists for all of their help in my recovery.”

William was involved in an auto accident driving on snow. His vehicle slid and hit a tree. Transported by ambulance to the ER, William was placed on a ventilator, having developed acute respiratory failure. He was transferred to Kindred Hospital Northland for respiratory therapy, wound care, rehab and continued care. After receiving aggressive respiratory therapy, William made excellent progress, recovering the ability to breathe independently not long after starting treatment. His wounds healed thanks to the wound care nurse while every one of his caregivers offered support and encouragement.

Before being discharged, William expressed his thanks to the team. “I would like to thank all of my nurses, CNAs, and my respiratory therapists for all of their help in my recovery.”

"We have the opportunity to provide our patients and their families with the best of care in the toughest of times." Dir...
06/24/2021

"We have the opportunity to provide our patients and their families with the best of care in the toughest of times." Director of Therapy Ashley Larson emulates the Kindred Core Six Value "Do the Right Thing Always." A 2020 Paul Diaz Caring Award Nominee, Ashley shared what this value means to her in her everyday work, and the importance of providing patients and families with support, respect and compassion.

"We have the opportunity to provide our patients and their families with the best of care in the toughest of times." Director of Therapy Ashley Larson emulates the Kindred Core Six Value "Do the Right Thing Always." A 2020 Paul Diaz Caring Award Nominee, Ashley shared what this value means to her in her everyday work, and the importance of providing patients and families with support, respect and compassion.

We still want you! Our National Hiring Event was held on Wednesday, June 16. The staff at our hospitals did a great job ...
06/23/2021

We still want you! Our National Hiring Event was held on Wednesday, June 16. The staff at our hospitals did a great job of making everyone feel welcome! Take a look. These photos from some of our 63 hospitals across the country. In case you weren’t able to make it, visit our website at jobs.kindredhealthcare.com to check out our current openings!

We’re nine days from the end of our nomination cycle for the Paul Diaz Caring Award. We want to hear from you! Did a Kin...
06/23/2021

We’re nine days from the end of our nomination cycle for the Paul Diaz Caring Award. We want to hear from you! Did a Kindred employee bring joy to your life over the past year? Did they find fun in all they did? Were they kinder than expected? Did they give their best or stay focused on the patient? This is your chance to nominate an excellent Kindred employee for the Paul Diaz Caring Award. Click the link and submit your nomination before July 1. http://Kindrd.care/6188yug3r

We’re nine days from the end of our nomination cycle for the Paul Diaz Caring Award. We want to hear from you! Did a Kindred employee bring joy to your life over the past year? Did they find fun in all they did? Were they kinder than expected? Did they give their best or stay focused on the patient? This is your chance to nominate an excellent Kindred employee for the Paul Diaz Caring Award. Click the link and submit your nomination before July 1. http://Kindrd.care/6188yug3r

Quinnie is a dedicated and passionate CNA at Kindred Hospital St. Louis. Now a twice-awarded Employee of the Month, Quin...
06/22/2021

Quinnie is a dedicated and passionate CNA at Kindred Hospital St. Louis. Now a twice-awarded Employee of the Month, Quinnie’s work ethic during the COVID-19 pandemic made an impression on patients who found themselves treated like family. “If we get 10 online reviews from patients and family members, it’s not unusual for Quinnie to be mentioned by name in at least half of them,” said Kevin Shrake, Hospital CEO. A fellow nurse at the hospital told Kevin, “’I hope I never need medical services, but if I do, I hope Quinnie will be my CNA!”

Quinnie is a dedicated and passionate CNA at Kindred Hospital St. Louis. Now a twice-awarded Employee of the Month, Quinnie’s work ethic during the COVID-19 pandemic made an impression on patients who found themselves treated like family. “If we get 10 online reviews from patients and family members, it’s not unusual for Quinnie to be mentioned by name in at least half of them,” said Kevin Shrake, Hospital CEO. A fellow nurse at the hospital told Kevin, “’I hope I never need medical services, but if I do, I hope Quinnie will be my CNA!”

It’s National Nursing Assistants Week and Umeka was recently recognized as an Employee of the Quarter at Kindred Hospita...
06/21/2021

It’s National Nursing Assistants Week and Umeka was recently recognized as an Employee of the Quarter at Kindred Hospital Sycamore. “I am honored to be recognized like this and grateful to be part of the incredible team at Kindred,” Umeka shared.

Tina, the patient advocate added, “Umeka is a terrific asset to our team. She continuously receives glowing compliments and reviews from patients and is known for being the kind of person who embodies all of our Core Values as she is always kinder than expected, always does the right thing and always goes above and beyond. She takes genuine pride in her work, and is always very pleasant to work with.”

It’s National Nursing Assistants Week and Umeka was recently recognized as an Employee of the Quarter at Kindred Hospital Sycamore. “I am honored to be recognized like this and grateful to be part of the incredible team at Kindred,” Umeka shared.

Tina, the patient advocate added, “Umeka is a terrific asset to our team. She continuously receives glowing compliments and reviews from patients and is known for being the kind of person who embodies all of our Core Values as she is always kinder than expected, always does the right thing and always goes above and beyond. She takes genuine pride in her work, and is always very pleasant to work with.”

It’s National Nursing Assistants Week and for Dianne, she came to the job with a life-long passion of helping people. Di...
06/20/2021

It’s National Nursing Assistants Week and for Dianne, she came to the job with a life-long passion of helping people.

Dianne has worked at Kindred Hospital Louisville at Jewish Hospital for 16 years and she paused for a few minutes to share how she became a CNA and what she loves about her work. “I feel like this career chose me,” Dianne said. “I lived with my auntie and uncle as a child, and he had been disfigured by Agent Orange. I helped my auntie take care of him by taking him his meals and cleaning his room, and caring for people just seemed the right thing to do so I started working at a nursing home in 1978 and have been a caregiver ever since. Things can get crazy at times and our days are busy, but that’s how I like it, especially because we’re like a big family. We pick each other up and we cheer each other on and we know that we can rely on each other to get the job done. And although I’m at a place where I should be thinking about retirement, I might slow down a bit to spend more time with my family – but I’ll never stop!”

It’s National Nursing Assistants Week and for Dianne, she came to the job with a life-long passion of helping people.

Dianne has worked at Kindred Hospital Louisville at Jewish Hospital for 16 years and she paused for a few minutes to share how she became a CNA and what she loves about her work. “I feel like this career chose me,” Dianne said. “I lived with my auntie and uncle as a child, and he had been disfigured by Agent Orange. I helped my auntie take care of him by taking him his meals and cleaning his room, and caring for people just seemed the right thing to do so I started working at a nursing home in 1978 and have been a caregiver ever since. Things can get crazy at times and our days are busy, but that’s how I like it, especially because we’re like a big family. We pick each other up and we cheer each other on and we know that we can rely on each other to get the job done. And although I’m at a place where I should be thinking about retirement, I might slow down a bit to spend more time with my family – but I’ll never stop!”

On June 19, 1865, in Galveston, Texas, enslaved African-Americans were told they were free. Today we commemorate a landm...
06/19/2021

On June 19, 1865, in Galveston, Texas, enslaved African-Americans were told they were free. Today we commemorate a landmark on the journey to freedom and equality for everyone. While we honor Juneteenth, we acknowledge the journey is far from over. So let's observe, listen and learn from each other to honor all this day stands for.

On June 19, 1865, in Galveston, Texas, enslaved African-Americans were told they were free. Today we commemorate a landmark on the journey to freedom and equality for everyone. While we honor Juneteenth, we acknowledge the journey is far from over. So let's observe, listen and learn from each other to honor all this day stands for.

"The Core Value 'Respecting Individuality to Create the Team' means accepting people that may not walk, talk or look lik...
06/18/2021

"The Core Value 'Respecting Individuality to Create the Team' means accepting people that may not walk, talk or look like me, but we all have the same definition of team." Unit Secretary Donna Crowley emulates this Kindred Core Six Value. A 2020 Paul Diaz Caring Award Winner, Donna shared what this value means to her in her everyday work, and the importance of teamwork. Do you know a Kindred employee worthy of this honor? Nominate them here: pdcanominations.com
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"The Core Value 'Respecting Individuality to Create the Team' means accepting people that may not walk, talk or look like me, but we all have the same definition of team." Unit Secretary Donna Crowley emulates this Kindred Core Six Value. A 2020 Paul Diaz Caring Award Winner, Donna shared what this value means to her in her everyday work, and the importance of teamwork. Do you know a Kindred employee worthy of this honor? Nominate them here: pdcanominations.com
#KindredCoreSix

This week, we're honoring all the Nursing Assistants who make sure our patients receive the attention and care they dese...
06/17/2021

This week, we're honoring all the Nursing Assistants who make sure our patients receive the attention and care they deserve. If you happen to be lucky enough to know one, thank a Nursing Assistant today.

This week, we're honoring all the Nursing Assistants who make sure our patients receive the attention and care they deserve. If you happen to be lucky enough to know one, thank a Nursing Assistant today.

Bobbi, a Case Manager at Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway, is passionate about helping her patients. “I strive for p...
06/16/2021

Bobbi, a Case Manager at Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway, is passionate about helping her patients. “I strive for positive patient outcomes and working with my teammates is very rewarding.” She continued, “My interest in pursuing a career in healthcare came from an internship I had in college at an acute care hospital. After working as an SNF administrator and clinical social worker, Kindred marks my return to the work I most enjoy. Every day is busy with many demands, but I enjoy the diversity of our patients and working together with our staff.”

Bobbi, a Case Manager at Kindred Hospital New Jersey - Rahway, is passionate about helping her patients. “I strive for positive patient outcomes and working with my teammates is very rewarding.” She continued, “My interest in pursuing a career in healthcare came from an internship I had in college at an acute care hospital. After working as an SNF administrator and clinical social worker, Kindred marks my return to the work I most enjoy. Every day is busy with many demands, but I enjoy the diversity of our patients and working together with our staff.”

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