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West Nile survivor returns home to Rapid city (Black Hills Fox News)

1/8/2018 8:48 AM | In the News

Black Hills Fox News features Debra Gibson, who recently returned home to Rapid City, South Dakota, after West Nile virus brought her to Madonna's Omaha Campus for rehabilitation.

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Tow truck driver hit on I-80 recovering after amputation (KETV)

1/4/2018 8:29 AM | In the News

KETV visited Madonna’s Omaha Campus to follow-up on their coverage featuring Larry Miller, the owner of Neff Towing who was hit by a truck while hooking up a broken-down semi trailer on the shoulder of I-80. Larry, who is 70 years old, described his rehabilitation as “nonstop” and told the KETV reporter he has surprised his care team with his strength and determination.

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Lincoln toddler defies the odds walking with prosthetic legs for first time (KOLN)

12/27/2017 3:20 PM | In the News

Three-year-old Emberlyn Hemmer is a double amputee defying the grim prognosis from a rare congenital disease. The toddler is discovering life on two legs through Madonna’s outpatient pediatric program at the Lincoln Campus.

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Tough, stubborn attitude helps girl re-learn to walk after losing mom in crash (KETV)

12/22/2017 8:42 AM | In the News

Mackenzie Carlson was one of four siblings involved in a November car accident that killed her mother. KETV shows us how this 13-year-old's determination is getting her one step closer to home.

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Kimballton man recounts life after accident (Atlantic News Telegraph)

12/12/2017 4:13 PM | In the News

The Atlantic News Telegraph shares the story of Jeffery Albert, who returned home in December after a construction equipment accident brought him to Madonna's Omaha Campus.

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Two people who crossed paths in rehab hospital count their blessings (WOWT)

12/12/2017 8:41 AM | In the News

Two former Madonna patients, Hannah Matthew and John Abkes, who survived incredible odds are performing in the same Christmas pageant at an Omaha church. WOWT shares what it means for both of them.

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Retired Navy officer overcomes stroke in time for Veterans Day (KOLN)

11/11/2017 1:10 PM | In the News

Laurence "Gunner" James shared his story with KOLN in time for Veterans Day. After a Sept. 12 stroke, Laurence “Gunner” James channeled the discipline from his 28 years in the Navy into his recovery at the Lincoln Campus. The long-time employee of Duncan Aviation participated in the Work Re-Entry program to refine his cognition and multi-tasking skills.

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Stroke won’t stopy Army vet from walking again (WOWT)

11/8/2017 1:17 PM | In the News

In advance of Veterans Day, WOWT featured Victor Cabriales who served two tours in Iraq, retiring in 2010 as a Sergeant First Class (SFC) after serving 34 years in the U.S. Army. Now, at 66, the war veteran is battling for independence after suffering a stroke in mid-September.

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Kansas TBI teen reunites with Madonna care team

11/3/2017 8:39 AM | In the News, Patient Stories

Eight months after suffering a severe brain injury from a two-vehicle car accident, Dayton Copeland heads back to the classroom. But first he stopped by Madonna's Omaha Pediatric Unit to reconnect with staff including his doctor who say he's made "extraordinary steps in his recovery."

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Iowa man makes most of life after fall leaves him paralyzed (KETV)

10/30/2017 8:39 AM | In the News

Former patient Andrew Strom has a completely different outlook on life after he sustained a paralyzing spinal cord injury in 2015.

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