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Category Archive: In the News

Christmas traditions keep spirits high for cancer survivor
In the News, Patient Stories
December 23, 2022

With three children, 10 grandchildren and even one great-grandchild, Nancy Thompson has spent many Decembers baking and decorating Christmas cookies. After she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare bone marrow cancer, Nancy set a goal to be home for the holidays. With the help of her care team, she was able to participate in all her traditions and get strong enough to return home just in time for Christmas with her family.

Madonna Helps Patients Breathe Better
In the News
December 08, 2022

In 2021 alone, Madonna treated 296 patients within its pulmonary program across both specialty hospitals. Melissa Gulizia has been named as Madonna’s new director of the respiratory therapy and pulmonary program. With more than 16 years of experience helping our most complex patients breathe independently again, Melissa is uniquely qualified to lead the program. Read more about how Madonna has been at the forefront of pulmonary rehabilitation for more than 20 years.

A Patient’s Perspective: Madonna’s Post-COVID Clinic
In the News, Patient Stories
December 07, 2022

Some people who have contracted COVID-19 can experience lingering symptoms long after the initial infection. These post-COVID conditions can vary from person to person. For those who are feeling post-COVID symptoms, but aren’t sure if their condition warrants help, Mackenzie Huck offers a personal look at her journey and her experience with Madonna’s post-COVID clinic.

Nebraska Teen Returns Home to Horses After Brain Injury
In the News, Patient Stories
November 22, 2022

Teenager Saige Scheele loves playing softball and spending time with her horses. After a car crash led to a brain injury, Saige didn’t know if she would be able to get back to doing the things she loves. Thanks to Madonna’s team of brain injury specialists and state-of-the-art technology, Saige is back home with her beloved horses and playing catch with her siblings.