Case Study: Beeghly Oaks Center for Rehabilitation & Healing (Feb 2015)
Beeghly Case Study

Ms. Crosbie and Lori Martinez, STNA

Patient Age: 92 yrs
Admission Date: 1-29-15
Admitted From: St. Elizabeth’s Boardman Campus
Discharge Date: 2-19-15
Discharged to: Home
Length of Stay: 22 days
Reason for Stay: Afib – Falls
How did this Patient hear about Beeghly Oaks Center for Rehabilitation & Healing? This is her 4th time here.

Lori Martinez, STNA – This lady has come a long way and was a pleasure to care for the whole time. I sure did enjoy seeing her progress every day.

Nursing: M. Crosbie was on oxygen starting a few days after her stay due to SOB and then was weaned off the oxygen and ambulating performing ADL’s with no deficits without the use of the oxygen. Resident went home without oxygen and was happy to be free of the SOB that she had during her stay.

It was so nice to have Ms. Crosbie here, & from Beeghly Oaks, we all wish her good health,

Callon Owens, RN
Clinical Manager

Therapy: Ms. Crosbie, 92 y/o presented to the hospital after falling in her bathroom at home. She had complained of left rib pain, upon work up at the ER she was found with new onset of A-fib/VTand diagnisis of hypomagnesemia. There weren’t any injuries from the fall found.

After a short hospital stay, she was stabilized and came to Beeghly Oaks for rehab so she could return to her prior level of functioning. Ms. Crosbie exhibited new onset of decreased strength, functional mobility, reduced ability to safely ambulate, reduced functional activity tolerance, reduced dynamic standing balance, decreased coordination placing her at risk for falling, decreased self care skills with an increased dependency upon caregivers. After a short stay at Beeghly Oaks Center for Rehabilitation and Healing, Ms. Crosbie achieved her established physical and occupational therapy goals and returned home with the support of others.

Ms. Crosbie is always a joy to work with and from Rehab, we send her good wishes,

John Hovanic, Mgr. of Therapy and Staff

Activities: Best wishes to M. Crosbie as she discharges home, it was a pleasure to serve her!!! Though Ms. Crosbie preferred self directed activities and rest in her room between her treatments and meals, she did enjoy reading and accepted a complimentary newspaper daily.

Michelle Burton, Recreational Therapy Director
And Staff

Dietary: From all of us to you Ms. Crosbie, thank you for allowing us to serve you; it was our pleasure.
Kara VanHorn, Director of Dietary

Concierge: It was certainly my pleasure to visit with Ms. Crosbie. I love to see the improvement that she made from the first day and then two weeks later. Ms. Crosbie is such a positive person with such a kind smile and always made me smile. I will miss you, but will pray for you to stay healthy.

Carol Zeigler, Concierge

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