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Exceptional Stories 'Patients'

Exceptional Stories 'Patients'

 

 

 

Exceptional Stories 'Patients'

Our Stories

Ray & Michele -  At CKHA, there are countless stories of dedicated staff, physicians and volunteers going above and beyond expectations for patients and families.  Read More about Ray & Michele

Lynn & Bill - For some of our patients, life can change in an instant with one test, one diagnosis or one trip to the hospital.  Read More about Lynn and Bill's story

Clifton Tooshkenig - "Now that I can start to see things more clearly, I don’t have those kinds of thoughts… thoughts where I didn’t care for the world and the world didn’t care about me either. At some time or another I knew I had to confront this,” said Clifton Tooshkenig.  Read More about Clifton's story

Middleton Family “The baby wasn’t crying or making any noises and I’m seeing it all …knowing what was happening and trying not to freak out,” said Myles Middleton. Read More about the Middleton's story

Kyle - At 18 years old, Kyle was diagnosed with schizophrenia and psychosis – a mental disorder characterized by a disconnection from reality.  Read More about Kyle's story

Mike Veenema - When health concerns brought Mike Veenema to CKHA’s Emergency Department (ED), his worries about visiting an unfamiliar healthcare facility quickly disappeared.  Read More about Mike's story

Gord Adams - Gord Adams, a resident of Ridgetown, credits quick action, a CT scan and a clot-busting drug with saving him, after suffering a stroke in September 2013.  Read More about Gord's story

Barb Hutchins - It seemed to be a typical Sunday morning for Barbara Hutchins, until she discovered something unusual. While preparing for her morning run, she found a lump on one of her breasts.  Read More about Barb's story


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Did you have an exceptional experience at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance as a patient or family member? Did any particular staff, physicians or volunteers go above and beyond to provide excellent care? By sharing your experience, you can help ease concerns and answer questions of potential patients and their families who may be coming to the hospital for treatment.

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