Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

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

  • Richard B.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain brought 66-year-old Richard Berndt to Mercy San Juan Medical Center. An abdominal CT scan showed ischemic colitis and Richard had become septic. Ischemic colitis is a painful condition that occurs when blood flow to the large intestine is reduced, restricting proper oxygenation. Richard underwent an initial surgery and given a diverting colostomy, a wound vac, PEG tube for nutrition, and intubated for respiratory failure. Two more surgeries were ... Nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain brought 66-year-old Richard Berndt to Mercy San Juan Medical Center. An abdominal CT scan showed ischemic colitis ...
  • Frank C.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Frank Carion's stroke had an uncommon cause: superior sagittal venous thrombosis. This serious stroke left Frank, 40, in acute respiratory failure. He required a ventilator to breathe for him. Additional complications included an altered mental status and malnourishment. While at Fresno Hospital, Frank underwent surgeries to place a tracheostomy and PEG tube. Soon, Frank transferred to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento's ICU department. He could not speak, had no trunk control, and severe ... Frank Carion's stroke had an uncommon cause: superior sagittal venous thrombosis. This serious stroke left Frank, 40, in acute respiratory failure. He ...
  • Mark R.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Mark Roberts, 53, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento facing an uncertain future. Confused upon arrival, Mark had minimal ability to follow simple commands. He had suffered a fracture of his right foot and multiple metacarpal fractures on his left foot. The fractures kept Mark bed-bound. Mark also suffered both acute and chronic respiratory failure. As a result, he underwent a tracheostomy and required a ventilator to breathe. Unable to tolerate food or liquid by mouth, Mark relied ... Mark Roberts, 53, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento facing an uncertain future. Confused upon arrival, Mark had minimal ability to follow ...
  • Rogelio R.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Rogelio arrived at Vibra Hospital of Sacramento suffering respiratory failure and multiple brain lesions. The 56-year-old required a tracheostomy tube to breathe. Rogelio had also suffered cardiac arrest, but was successfully revived. For all mobility and self care needs, Rogelio required total assistance. He also had total impairment with his swallowing ability. With the focused guidance of his interdisciplinary care team, Rogelio made great progress during his stay at Vibra. At ... Rogelio arrived at Vibra Hospital of Sacramento suffering respiratory failure and multiple brain lesions. The 56-year-old required a tracheostomy tube ...
  • Trish F.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Patricia (Trish), a 50-year-old female, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in the beginning of July. She transferred from a local hospital where she received care for a traumatic brain injury. Trish suffered the injury in a head-on motor vehicle collision. She required extraction from her vehicle. Trish also suffered multiple fractures and required intubation for respiratory support. Additionally, she suffered from weakness in her right leg and was unable to move her right arm. ... Patricia (Trish), a 50-year-old female, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in the beginning of July. She transferred from a local hospital where ...
  • Pamela B.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Pamela, a 61-year-old female, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in February. She transferred from an acute care hospital with shortness of breath and a productive cough. She admitted with the following diagnoses: influenza acute respiratory distress syndrome and respiratory failure altered level of consciousness UTI anemia Pamela had a PEG tube placed for nutrition, a ventilator for respiratory support, and two chest tubes. Given that Pamela was, at first, minimally responsive, she ... Pamela, a 61-year-old female, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in February. She transferred from an acute care hospital with shortness of ...
  • Gary B.

    Vibra Hospital of Sacramento

    Gary, a 65-year-old male, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in January after being found unresponsive in the ER at Mercy Medical Center of Redding. Upon arrival at Vibra, Gary was on a ventilator for respiratory support. He was also receiving nutrition through a PEG tube. Gary admitted with the following diagnoses: closed head injury respiratory failure concussion traumatic brain injury At first, Gary was not appropriate for therapy services. He was placed on the RNA program for ... Gary, a 65-year-old male, admitted to Vibra Hospital of Sacramento in January after being found unresponsive in the ER at Mercy Medical Center of ...
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