Arise and Walk

Posted on February 10, 2016

On Nov. 5, 2011, Rachel was in a car wreck that resulted in diffused axonal injury, a traumatic brain injury that left her bedridden and barely able to communicate. Rachel was hospitalized for 109 days and in a coma for 30.

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Guillain-Barre Ordeal Prompts Couple To Volunteer

Posted on January 13, 2016

“Because of this hospital – the doctors and the nurses and nutritionists and therapists and the spirit of God and my belief – they got me to walk again, to talk again, got me to eat again and they helped me pull through it.”

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McKinley and VanderSteeg Recognized by THA at 77th Annual Meeting

Posted on December 3, 2015

VanderSteeg and McKinley were among 26 individuals honored during the THA event in which awards were presented in 14 categories, recognizing contributions from healthcare representatives ranging from hospital volunteers and frontline staff to trustees and executives.

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Covenant Health Announces Leadership Succession Plan

Posted on November 20, 2015

Covenant Health, the major health system headquartered in Knoxville and the region’s largest employer, has announced plans for a leadership transition.

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Five-Star Rehabilitation, #1 in the Nation

Posted on October 12, 2015

Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center recently became a five-time recipient of the Crystal Award for outstanding patient satisfaction.

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PGA Golfer Scott Stallings gives back at 31st annual Patricia Neal Golf Classic

Posted on August 25, 2015

Scott Stallings, a 3-time winner on the PGA Tour, joined forty other Tennessee PGA professionals in the 31st annual Patricia Neal Golf Classic pro-am, presented by Regal Cinemas, on Monday, August 24, at Holston Hills Country Club.    Stallings, who finished with a 6 under 66 in the morning round and 10 under 62 in the afternoon, […]

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Therapy Helps Stroke Patient Recover with Style

Posted on May 29, 2015

On the morning of April 21, 2014, Jane Everett collapsed in her garage after buckling one of her granddaughters, four-year-old C.J., into her car seat.

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The Road Back

Posted on March 10, 2015

“It really wasn’t pain – it was inability to do anything,” Phyllis Kirksey recalls. “Your mind tells you to lift your leg and go up the stairs, but it won’t do it. It was just like I weighed 400 pounds. I just couldn’t move.”

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