Vibra Hospital of Charleston

Read some of our patients’ stories of their experience with our team.

  • Queenie G.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    Ms. Queenie Green is an individual whose wholesome spirit and faith is one in a million. Despite her setbacks, Queenie left Vibra Hospital of Charleston with a bigger smile than when she arrived. Queenie's story starts when she underwent surgery for her knee. Queenie did her due diligence, completing all her rehabilitation work and doctor visits. But then she developed an infection that required extensive care, including another surgery. While recovering from surgery she met with Christy, ... Ms. Queenie Green is an individual whose wholesome spirit and faith is one in a million. Despite her setbacks, Queenie left Vibra Hospital of ...
  • Joseph & Myrna J.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    Being married for 68 years leaves a lot of room for great and interesting experiences. Recently, Doctor Joseph James and Myrna James checked another off of their list: being in the hospital together. Dr. James admitted to Vibra Hospital of Charleston's TCU unit to receive physical therapy, but he wouldn’t do it alone. “I just couldn’t leave Myrna home alone by herself,” Joseph said. Dr. and Mrs. James talked to their doctor and he agreed Myrna could benefit from physical therapy, as well. ... Being married for 68 years leaves a lot of room for great and interesting experiences. Recently, Doctor Joseph James and Myrna James checked another ...
  • Donna Z.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    Like a ghost in the fog, Mrs. Donna Zawislak drifted in to Vibra Hospital of Charleston from Waccamaw Medical Center. She arrived dazed and confused, only knowing her husband’s name, Greg, for certain. Donna's initial assessment showed her mind was not in the present. To Donna, her sister was much younger and her son was only a baby. She couldn’t remember meeting Greg through his cousin so many years ago. This was hard for Greg. It brought to tears the first time he spoke of his wife’s ... Like a ghost in the fog, Mrs. Donna Zawislak drifted in to Vibra Hospital of Charleston from Waccamaw Medical Center. She arrived dazed and confused, ...
  • Nina W.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    In the mid-1940’s, when he was in the 6th grade, Larry Ward met a girl whose name was Nina. Now, as the story goes (as Larry likes to tell it), Nina was sweet on him, and wanted to be his girlfriend. Nina’s father was the Head Baker at Merita Bakery. And that meant he had access to a pretty good supply of something every 6th grader likes. Bubble gum. Not just any bubble gum, but Bazooka Joe Bubble Gum. You know, with the little comic strip wrapped inside? Little Nina would give Little ... In the mid-1940’s, when he was in the 6th grade, Larry Ward met a girl whose name was Nina. Now, as the story goes (as Larry likes to tell it), Nina ...
  • Linda M.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    Linda Mason is a pretty incredible lady. She admitted to being a little scared at first, however, once she gained trust in the staff she progressed very well! “The staff is so caring and friendly. Barb and the entire respiratory staff were wonderful. If people want to get better, Vibra will make it happen!” She added, “with faith, family, and Vibra Hospital, I am living proof!” When asked what the number one thing people to know about Vibra is, Linda said, “Don’t give up hope because ... Linda Mason is a pretty incredible lady. She admitted to being a little scared at first, however, once she gained trust in the staff she progressed ...
  • Willie J.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    As Chief Clinical Officer, I am so proud of the complex cases we take and of the positive outcomes our staff creates. Few in recent memory stand out more so than Mr. Willie Joyner, whose process to wellness began in late spring and wrapped up in the fall,” stated by one of the many talented care givers at Vibra Hospital of Charleston. “This gentleman was admitted after 5 weeks of deteriorating postoperative conditions stemming from a laproscopic removal of his gall bladder. He was ... As Chief Clinical Officer, I am so proud of the complex cases we take and of the positive outcomes our staff creates. Few in recent memory stand out ...
  • Vanessa H.

    Vibra Hospital of Charleston

    “The personal touch made ALL the difference,” says Vanessa Halyard, Vibra’s most recent success story. Ms. Halyard was admitted to the LTAC (Long Term Acute Care) side of Vibra Hospital in need of extensive wound care and pain management after multiple surgeries. As she progressed, she was transferred to Vibra’s TCU (Transitional Care Unit) for rehab services. “When I first got to Vibra, the staff was very sympathetic to my needs. One of my biggest challenges was the extreme nausea I was ... “The personal touch made ALL the difference,” says Vanessa Halyard, Vibra’s most recent success story. Ms. Halyard was admitted to the LTAC (Long Term ...
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