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      Cathy Arthur

      Cathy Arthur, 72, moved to Arizona from Washington State for retirement and was making the most of days with swimming and walks. On a day in late January, she began to experience some heartburn and tingling in her arm and back, which sent her to… View more

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      John Hoge

      John Hoge is a 67-year old father, former police officer, correctional facility officer and a military veteran. In his spare time, he enjoys weightlifting, walking and spending time outside. It was early November when John underwent an aortic… View more

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      John "Jack" Daniels

      Attorney John “Jack” Daniels, 67, kept busy between his career in tax and corporate law, golfing and spending time with his family. His active lifestyle changed one November day when he suffered a fall at home after experiencing weakness on the… View more

    • Bill Temple

      Bill Temple

      Bill “The Professor” Temple, 73, leads a busy life. He is a writer, narrator, coach and mentor to clients in all levels of management and has a passion for helping people improve their lives by improving their work. Bill had a successful career… View more

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      Enes Dedic

      In early March, Enes Dedic, a 55-year old contractor from Phoenix, traveled to Bosnia for his mother’s funeral. Upon return to the United States, COVID-19’s telltale symptoms emerged — fever, vomiting, headaches and shortness of breath. By… View more

    • Robert Cumberbatch

      Robert Cumberbatch

        Thanksgiving was approaching. Robert Cumberbatch and his wife, Karen, had traveled from Arizona to neighboring New Mexico to spend the holiday with loved ones. As Robert got out of the car, the right side of his face drooped alarmingly. He… View more

    • Shannon Selby

      Shannon Selby

      As a real estate broker and economic developer for the City of Phoenix, Shannon Selby drives across Maricopa County in search of growth opportunities. She was on her way to look at an office suite when another car T-boned hers. What happened… View more

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      Tom Vankuiken

      Tom Vankuikan felt ill. When the strange feeling persisted through the afternoon, he asked his wife, Ursula, to drive him to the emergency room. There, doctors determined Tom had suffered a stroke along with a serious blood infection called… View more

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      Jason Jordan

      Jason Jordan suffers from dermatomyositus, an autoimmune disease that attacks his skin and muscles.  When Jason arrived at HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital from the MayoClinic, he was virtually paralyzed. "I could barely move my arms," he… View more

    • William Wallace

      William Wallace

      After suffering a stroke and a brief stay in John C. Lincoln, North Mountain, William Wallace chose to begin his rehabilitation at HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital. When he arrived, he had no feeling in his left arm or his left leg. And his… View more

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      Donna Ronning

      Due to an auto-immune disease, Donna Ronning spent 23 days in intensive care before being airlifted to HonorHealth Rehabilitation Hospital. "When I came here, I couldn't do anything," Donna says. "I couldn't walk. I couldn't feed myself. I couldn't… View more

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      Caryl Segal

      "If you have to be in a place like this, it’s a fabulous environment, Caryl Segal says."The rehab individuals are absolutely excellent - both occupational and physical therapists. I was in a rehab facility after open heart surgery, so I've got… View more

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      Mary Newitt

      Mary Newitt fell and broke her hip and ended up going into renal and respiratory failure. After spending significant time recovering in a long-term acute care hospital, she was anxious to begin her rehabilitation journey at HonorHealth… View more