Kindred Hospital Las Vegas - Flamingo - Subacute Unit

Kindred Hospital Las Vegas - Flamingo - Subacute Unit We provide specialized short-term rehabilitation, bridging the gap between hospital and home, as well as long-term care in a safe, compassionate environment that fosters independence and dignity.

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October is National Physical Therapy Month and we are so proud of our physical therapists and physical therapist assista...
10/13/2021

October is National Physical Therapy Month and we are so proud of our physical therapists and physical therapist assistants who support our patients on their road to recovery.

October is National Physical Therapy Month and we are so proud of our physical therapists and physical therapist assistants who support our patients on their road to recovery.

Nancy was on vacation with her husband, and after a week of experiencing worsening symptoms that included a fever, malai...
10/12/2021

Nancy was on vacation with her husband, and after a week of experiencing worsening symptoms that included a fever, malaise and confusion, she was admitted to a hospital. She was found to have a severe bacterial infection and a cardiac condition that required her to have heart valve replacement surgery. After Nancy had been stabilized she was transferred to Kindred Hospital Houston Medical Center and her team of caregivers began to work with her to address her extreme anxiety and confusion. She responded rapidly and began to show signs of improvement in all areas of her care plan. Her rehab therapists worked on improving her right-side mobility and dexterity issues due to a suspected stroke, and increasing her overall strength to help Nancy recover her independence. A program of customized therapies yielded amazing results and in just 15 days after being admitted to Kindred, Nancy was able to get up from bed, stand and begin to walk again with assistance before being discharged to continue with the last portion of her journey to recovery before going home.

“I am grateful to everyone who cared for me,” Nancy expressed before her discharge. “I credit my amazing recovery to the excellent nursing, medical and rehab staff here at Kindred.”

Nancy was on vacation with her husband, and after a week of experiencing worsening symptoms that included a fever, malaise and confusion, she was admitted to a hospital. She was found to have a severe bacterial infection and a cardiac condition that required her to have heart valve replacement surgery. After Nancy had been stabilized she was transferred to Kindred Hospital Houston Medical Center and her team of caregivers began to work with her to address her extreme anxiety and confusion. She responded rapidly and began to show signs of improvement in all areas of her care plan. Her rehab therapists worked on improving her right-side mobility and dexterity issues due to a suspected stroke, and increasing her overall strength to help Nancy recover her independence. A program of customized therapies yielded amazing results and in just 15 days after being admitted to Kindred, Nancy was able to get up from bed, stand and begin to walk again with assistance before being discharged to continue with the last portion of her journey to recovery before going home.

“I am grateful to everyone who cared for me,” Nancy expressed before her discharge. “I credit my amazing recovery to the excellent nursing, medical and rehab staff here at Kindred.”

Happy National Case Management Week! We are thankful for all of our case managers and the role that they play in bringin...
10/10/2021

Happy National Case Management Week! We are thankful for all of our case managers and the role that they play in bringing nurses, doctors, therapists and families together to create care plans that result in outstanding clinical outcomes.

Happy National Case Management Week! We are thankful for all of our case managers and the role that they play in bringing nurses, doctors, therapists and families together to create care plans that result in outstanding clinical outcomes.

Jeffrey’s road to recovery has been a long one. Initially admitted for intestinal surgery, Jeffrey was transferred to Ki...
10/07/2021

Jeffrey’s road to recovery has been a long one. Initially admitted for intestinal surgery, Jeffrey was transferred to Kindred Hospital after a month, where he received advanced wound care, nutritional support, medical management and rehabilitation. Jeffrey’s specialists applied themselves to the task of helping him heal. Because he was unable to have visitors in his room, Kindred Hospital staff members arranged for his immediate family to come for outdoor visits on warmer days. Jeffrey continued to make strides toward recovery, and after eight months of continuous care and rehabilitation, Jeffrey was able to walk and take care of his daily needs.

“I have had a lot of different people helping me out, and my wound care in particular has been excellent – I have never seen or experienced the level of care I received here at Kindred,” Jeffrey expressed before he left the facility. “I cannot wait to go home and see my family. Since I was admitted to Kindred 252 days ago I have had two new grandchildren and am looking forward to being able to travel to see my extended family in Ohio.”

Jeffrey’s road to recovery has been a long one. Initially admitted for intestinal surgery, Jeffrey was transferred to Kindred Hospital after a month, where he received advanced wound care, nutritional support, medical management and rehabilitation. Jeffrey’s specialists applied themselves to the task of helping him heal. Because he was unable to have visitors in his room, Kindred Hospital staff members arranged for his immediate family to come for outdoor visits on warmer days. Jeffrey continued to make strides toward recovery, and after eight months of continuous care and rehabilitation, Jeffrey was able to walk and take care of his daily needs.

“I have had a lot of different people helping me out, and my wound care in particular has been excellent – I have never seen or experienced the level of care I received here at Kindred,” Jeffrey expressed before he left the facility. “I cannot wait to go home and see my family. Since I was admitted to Kindred 252 days ago I have had two new grandchildren and am looking forward to being able to travel to see my extended family in Ohio.”

Elizabeth was 26 weeks into her pregnancy when she had to be admitted to a general hospital due to complications from CO...
10/05/2021

Elizabeth was 26 weeks into her pregnancy when she had to be admitted to a general hospital due to complications from COVID-19. Her condition rapidly took a turn for the worse; she had to be placed on a ventilator and an emergency c-section was immediately scheduled to save her baby. When she had been stabilized, Elizabeth was transferred to Kindred Hospital to receive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation. Elizabeth was ably guided through the early days of her stay by her team of caregivers, and she was encouraged by the progress she started to make. During her time at Kindred, Elizabeth went from needing assistance for all her needs and high-flow oxygen to being able to stand, walk and take care of the activities of daily life once more. Her lung strength was significantly improved as well, and she only required minimal oxygen to continue with her recovery, allowing her to be discharged to return to her family and finally meet her baby.

“I am so thankful to my team at Kindred for helping me overcome my fears and help me recover,” Elizabeth shared before she was left and was given a warm send-off by staff at the facility.

Elizabeth was 26 weeks into her pregnancy when she had to be admitted to a general hospital due to complications from COVID-19. Her condition rapidly took a turn for the worse; she had to be placed on a ventilator and an emergency c-section was immediately scheduled to save her baby. When she had been stabilized, Elizabeth was transferred to Kindred Hospital to receive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation. Elizabeth was ably guided through the early days of her stay by her team of caregivers, and she was encouraged by the progress she started to make. During her time at Kindred, Elizabeth went from needing assistance for all her needs and high-flow oxygen to being able to stand, walk and take care of the activities of daily life once more. Her lung strength was significantly improved as well, and she only required minimal oxygen to continue with her recovery, allowing her to be discharged to return to her family and finally meet her baby.

“I am so thankful to my team at Kindred for helping me overcome my fears and help me recover,” Elizabeth shared before she was left and was given a warm send-off by staff at the facility.

Cynthia, part of the Client Success Department at Lacuna Health, has been with Kindred Healthcare since 2020. As a Super...
10/05/2021

Cynthia, part of the Client Success Department at Lacuna Health, has been with Kindred Healthcare since 2020. As a Supervisor, she saw the chance to return to school to get her Associates in Science in Nursing as an opportunity she could not pass up. Furthering her education will bring her one step closer to pursuing a career in hospice. "I took care of both my mom and my dad in that type of situation."

Since being awarded the Scholarship of HOPE, future generations are looking to her as the example. "Now that I have grandchildren, they can say, 'Grandma did this, so I can do it, too, no matter what.' I want to show my grandchildren that you can do anything."

Cynthia, part of the Client Success Department at Lacuna Health, has been with Kindred Healthcare since 2020. As a Supervisor, she saw the chance to return to school to get her Associates in Science in Nursing as an opportunity she could not pass up. Furthering her education will bring her one step closer to pursuing a career in hospice. "I took care of both my mom and my dad in that type of situation."

Since being awarded the Scholarship of HOPE, future generations are looking to her as the example. "Now that I have grandchildren, they can say, 'Grandma did this, so I can do it, too, no matter what.' I want to show my grandchildren that you can do anything."

Chaka came to Kindred to receive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation after being at a general hospital. Previous atte...
09/30/2021

Chaka came to Kindred to receive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation after being at a general hospital. Previous attempts to take him off the ventilator had been unsuccessful and once at Kindred, he immediately began to receive comprehensive care and advanced respiratory therapy. Thanks to support and encouragement from his team, Chaka responded very quickly, reaching a couple of major recovery milestones within the first seven days after being admitted. Chaka was able to be taken off the ventilator and have his breathing tube removed, and he began to regain strength and mobility. Day by day, Chaka continued to recover until he was declared well enough to be discharged to his home – news that was met with elation and gratitude.

“We are all very proud of Chaka,” shared Debbie, the Patient Relations Representative. “He experienced a really fast recovery and surprised everyone, especially considering that he was unable to do anything when he first arrived. Way to go, Chaka!”

Chaka came to Kindred to receive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation after being at a general hospital. Previous attempts to take him off the ventilator had been unsuccessful and once at Kindred, he immediately began to receive comprehensive care and advanced respiratory therapy. Thanks to support and encouragement from his team, Chaka responded very quickly, reaching a couple of major recovery milestones within the first seven days after being admitted. Chaka was able to be taken off the ventilator and have his breathing tube removed, and he began to regain strength and mobility. Day by day, Chaka continued to recover until he was declared well enough to be discharged to his home – news that was met with elation and gratitude.

“We are all very proud of Chaka,” shared Debbie, the Patient Relations Representative. “He experienced a really fast recovery and surprised everyone, especially considering that he was unable to do anything when he first arrived. Way to go, Chaka!”

Eileen, a Manager of Health Information at Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute, has been with Kindred since 2019 and since...
09/28/2021

Eileen, a Manager of Health Information at Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute, has been with Kindred since 2019 and since getting her Associated Degree in Applied Science, she has been eager to return to college but unable to do so due to financial barriers. Currently, Eileen has her Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) certificate and is looking to obtain her RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator) certification.

Eileen got the news she'd received the scholarship of HOPE while on vacation. "I was elated. I was grateful, happy. I have to say I even cried. I was on vacation that day when they called me – I was in Florida with family and I just burst into tears. It’s a privilege, an honor and it meant the world to me to get that news."

Eileen, a Manager of Health Information at Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute, has been with Kindred since 2019 and since getting her Associated Degree in Applied Science, she has been eager to return to college but unable to do so due to financial barriers. Currently, Eileen has her Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) certificate and is looking to obtain her RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator) certification.

Eileen got the news she'd received the scholarship of HOPE while on vacation. "I was elated. I was grateful, happy. I have to say I even cried. I was on vacation that day when they called me – I was in Florida with family and I just burst into tears. It’s a privilege, an honor and it meant the world to me to get that news."

Jessica, Director of Business Development, Kindred Hospital Albuquerque, has been with Kindred Healthcare for eight year...
09/23/2021

Jessica, Director of Business Development, Kindred Hospital Albuquerque, has been with Kindred Healthcare for eight years. She applied for the Scholarship of Hope through Kindred because she thought it was a really great opportunity to go back to school and advance professionally. When she received the scholarship of HOPE, Jessica said, "I think it’s an amazing thing that this company is investing in people, and in women of color. I felt a sense of obligation to my community, to nurses, to Latin women, to New Mexico – I felt very encouraged and motivated. And I’m feeling even more encouraged and motivated in my practice and my school work because I feel like I have a torch to carry."

Jessica, Director of Business Development, Kindred Hospital Albuquerque, has been with Kindred Healthcare for eight years. She applied for the Scholarship of Hope through Kindred because she thought it was a really great opportunity to go back to school and advance professionally. When she received the scholarship of HOPE, Jessica said, "I think it’s an amazing thing that this company is investing in people, and in women of color. I felt a sense of obligation to my community, to nurses, to Latin women, to New Mexico – I felt very encouraged and motivated. And I’m feeling even more encouraged and motivated in my practice and my school work because I feel like I have a torch to carry."

After Todd was hospitalized from complications related to COVID-19, he was transferred to Kindred Hospital to receive re...
09/21/2021

After Todd was hospitalized from complications related to COVID-19, he was transferred to Kindred Hospital to receive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation. His respiratory team set out to free him from the ventilator and started to make progress right away, achieving their goal soon after he arrived at Kindred. As Todd’s overall health improved, he became even more committed to his recovery. With help from his rehab team, Todd regained his strength and mobility and was well on his way to getting back his independence over the activities of daily life.

“I was 100% committed to my recovery and to getting better, and now I’m looking forward to getting back home and to driving my truck,” Todd affirmed before being discharged to continue with his journey to recovery and back home. “LaTonya, my CNA, was very positive and my biggest cheerleader. When I told her I couldn’t walk she said ‘Oh yes you can – you and I are going to stand up and get you to your bed’ and we did! She has been so caring and strong and helped me get to where I am now.”

After Todd was hospitalized from complications related to COVID-19, he was transferred to Kindred Hospital to receive respiratory therapy and rehabilitation. His respiratory team set out to free him from the ventilator and started to make progress right away, achieving their goal soon after he arrived at Kindred. As Todd’s overall health improved, he became even more committed to his recovery. With help from his rehab team, Todd regained his strength and mobility and was well on his way to getting back his independence over the activities of daily life.

“I was 100% committed to my recovery and to getting better, and now I’m looking forward to getting back home and to driving my truck,” Todd affirmed before being discharged to continue with his journey to recovery and back home. “LaTonya, my CNA, was very positive and my biggest cheerleader. When I told her I couldn’t walk she said ‘Oh yes you can – you and I are going to stand up and get you to your bed’ and we did! She has been so caring and strong and helped me get to where I am now.”

This week, alongside providers and healthcare communities across the nation, we celebrate #NationalRehabAwarenessWeek. W...
09/20/2021

This week, alongside providers and healthcare communities across the nation, we celebrate #NationalRehabAwarenessWeek. We are so grateful for all of our rehabilitation staff for their unwavering commitment to quality patient care. Thank you for choosing to serve patients at Kindred every day, and for everything you do to help them on their paths to recovery.

This week, alongside providers and healthcare communities across the nation, we celebrate #NationalRehabAwarenessWeek. We are so grateful for all of our rehabilitation staff for their unwavering commitment to quality patient care. Thank you for choosing to serve patients at Kindred every day, and for everything you do to help them on their paths to recovery.

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