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Brain Aneurysm: Laurie Jean’s Story
"My doctors saw me as a mom, a wife, a writer and a professor; not an unnamed, unknown patient." Laurie Jean Cannady
Complex Spinal Reconstruction: Danica’s Story
"[My daughter]'s recovery was everything we had hoped for…. [Her neurosurgeon] made all the difference in restoring a childhood that she honestly never had."
Kidney Transplant: Neil’s Story
"People don’t realize that living kidney donation is an extremely safe procedure. There’s a low risk to donors, or we wouldn’t do it." Neil’s transplant surgeon, Niraj Desai, M.D.
Double Arm Transplant: Brendan’s Story
Brendan received a transplant of two arms from a deceased donor, becoming one of only seven people in the U.S. to have undergone successful double hand transplants.
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We provide high quality, individualized care for patients of all ages where you feel most comfortable – your home or community. Our services and equipment are designed to help you regain and retain a level of independence.