Case Study: Beeghly Oaks Center for Rehabilitation & Healing Center (January 2017)

Patients Age: 64
Admission Date: 5/7/15
Admitted From: St. Elizabeth’s, Main Campus
Discharge Date: 7/25/2015
Discharged To: Home
Length of Stay:
Reason for Stay: Altered mental status, acute neck pain and falls
How did this patient hear about Beeghly Oaks Center? Patient selected community from hospital provided list.

Details of Experience:

David Nerone is one of those men that one may run across in life that’s always quick to smile and is without a bad word for anyone. An accomplished businessman, he has mastered the composure to excel in spite of any adversity he may encounter and his progress has proven its pay off.

David started as an inpatient in the spring of 2015 to recover from major surgery where his leg was amputated. When he discharged home, he did well at first and then complications arose where he returned to Beeghly Oaks for outpatient treatment in September of 2016. We are thrilled to note that David continues to visit for therapy weekly. David was excited to meet Dennis and Todd where he became motivated more and more with attending the Amputee Walking School. David continues progressing with each therapy session. David’s light-hearted approach to life and disciplined work ethic are a testament to his brilliant character. It is a distinct pleasure to travel this point in time with him at Beeghly Oaks. It is truly a delight to see David come here and be greeted by many because everyone has gotten to know him. Bless you David and thank you so much for being our friend.