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Prayer, Praise propel Kansas woman in GBS and COVID-19 recovery
January 26, 2021

A nurse for more than 35 years, Sheila was working at a clinic in her hometown of Troy, Kansas in late fall of 2020 when she contracted COVID-19. Her symptoms were mild, and after a few days she was ready to return to work. The night before she returned to work, she noticed all of her fingertips felt numb. When she took her shoes off after work the next day she noticed her toes were numb.

Rehabilitation associate bonds with patient over fun accessories
January 18, 2021

At Madonna, staff forge connections with patients throughout their stay. Sometimes sharing a favorite sports team or common travel tales, it connects patients and care givers and helps the Madonna team understand what is really important to that patient. 

Each small step marking one giant leap for Seattle space enthusiast
January 07, 2021

Greg Loving began a life-long love affair with space when he was a young man growing up in Kansas. After landing a dream job at Blue Origins, he was on top of the world, until a rare condition caused a brain bleed that nearly proved fatal. After several surgeries, Greg and his family traveled half way across the country to Madonna's Lincoln Campus to begin his recovery process. 

An Omaha RN describes being ‘on the other side of COVID-19’
January 06, 2021

With a 31-year career in nursing, Donna Kerber is comfortable in taking care of others and finds joy in being able to provide comfort to those in need. She struggles when it comes to asking others for help. After a battle with COVID-19, Donna’s role switched to that of a patient, which has proved to be a humbling experience.