Bruce admitted to ManorCare Health Services – North Olmsted after a hospital stay to have an LVAD inserted. When he was first admitted, Bruce was unable to complete activities of daily living, and was unable to walk or stand without assistance. After working with the therapy team at ManorCare, Bruce is now able to feed himself, complete other activities of daily living with minimal assistance and is able to walk 30 feet with a walker.
"I was at the Cleveland Clinic for an LVAD insertion. When I was admitted to ManorCare Health Services – North Olmsted, they were very knowledgeable, and soon put my wife and I at ease. The building is very clean and it makes you comfortable to stay here. The food is so good that my wife eats at ManorCare with me. The care has been fantastic. The STNA's are wonderful. It should be called a health care facility not a nursing home. The staff took care of both my wife and I. When it was time for me to go home I was a little nervous but the staff gave so much support to me, my wife and sons. They all came in and hugged us and said goodbye. It's like a second family at ManorCare. I would recommend ManorCare - North Olmsted to my friends and family." - Burce