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Celebrating Healthcare Heroes

Celebrating Healthcare Heroes

As a small thank you to frontline staff, hospital leaders recently posted a banner celebrating the dedication of the healthcare professionals. We are so grateful to everyone who have given their all during the last two years.

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Attend to Heart Health in February and All Year

Attend to Heart Health in February and All Year

February is Heart Month. Time to scrutinize your habits and align them with a heart-healthy lifestyle. Heart healthy lifestyle changes made during the year’s shortest month can deliver long-term dividends. Some important areas that influence heart-health include diet,...

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Virtual Tour

Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of Carolinas ContinueCARE Hospital at Pineville to see why we are proud of our facility. https://youtu.be/KteI9lEGcsw

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Medically Complex Patient Returns Home

Linda Thompson, age 74, was admitted to Carolinas ContinueCARE Hospital at Pineville from Carolinas Medical Center (CMC). Her primary diagnoses were acute respiratory failure, traumatic brain injury secondary to a fall resulting in subdural hemorrhage, multiple rib...

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Respiratory Patient Graduates to Rehabilitation

Deborah Kennedy, age 58, was admitted to Carolinas ContinueCARE Hospital at Pineville for vent weaning, monitoring of renal function, nutritional support and rehab. Her primary diagnoses were acute respiratory failure s/d to ARDS, bilateral pneumothoraces and acute...

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Motivated Patient Graduates to Rehabilitation

Regina Gaither, age 57, was admitted to Carolinas ContinueCARE Hospital at Pineville from Novant Main with primary diagnoses of subdural hematoma s/p craniotomy and acute respiratory failure related to neurological injury. Situation: Patient had a past medical history...

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Critically Ill Patient Graduates to Rehabilitation

Doris Boris, age 73, was admitted from CHS-Pineville. She was transferred to Carolinas ContinueCARE Hospital at Pineville with a primary diagnoses of acute hypoxic respiratory failure requiring ventilator support, aspiration pneumonia and acute encephalopathy....

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COVID-19 Recovery

Debra Sturdivant, age 62, was admitted from Atrium Health Union with primary diagnoses of acute respiratory failure, COVID-19, ARDS, pneumonia, and acute renal failure. Situation:Debra Sturdivant, age 62, was admitted to Carolinas ContinueCARE Hospital at Pineville...

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