Signature HealthCARE of McCreary County would like to congratulate Phyllis Lyons on graduating our therapy program! After 2 months of intense Physical and Occupational Therapy, Phyllis is returning home. We will miss you, but we are so proud to see you leave!

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Mrs. Bryant admitted to our facility needing some PT and OT, so that she could return home and be with her family. Mrs. Bryant did a wonderful job participating in therapy and was very well motivated. She is now returning home, and we are all so happy for her!

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We are so proud to announce another success story here at Signature HealthCARE of McCreary County! Ms. Duncan came to our facility with the goal to regain her strength to return home independently. She reached her goals and graduated our therapy program. Congratulations Tammy, and good luck!

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Mr. Phillips came to our facility to regain some strength. We got to know Hal very well prior to him coming in as a rehab patient. He frequently stopped by to visit is mother-in-law. When he became sick and needed some physical, occupational, and speech therapy, there was no question as to where he would … Continued

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Wanda came to our facility needing physical & occupational therapy. Last year, she had suffered from a hip fracture and received her rehab at our facility, so when the time came for her to need rehab again, there were no questions as to where she would go. Pain management, helping her transition back to independency, … Continued

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Ms. King was very weak and required physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. When asked about her stay here she stated, “I was very pleased with everything here, I couldn’t have had better care. Everyone was so nice to me.” When asked what she was looking forward to most about going home, Ms. King … Continued

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Mr. Foster came to our facility needing extensive rehabilitation due to a recent fall at home, which resulted in a fractured hip. To help maintain his motivation, Dale Neal, Physical Therapy Assistant, challenged Mr. Foster to walking a certain distance and if accomplished Dale would cheer Mr. Foster on in a cheerleading uniform. Two days … Continued

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Ms. Murphy came to SHC of McCreary needing rehabilitation after undergoing a hip replacement. The surgery had left her very weak, so regaining her strength to be able to go home alone was the goal. When asked about her experience with SHC of McCreary, she began to cry and stated, “I’m really going to miss … Continued

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Upon arriving, Ms. Tye was very weak, but motivated to regain her strength to be able to go home. While receiving physical and occupational therapy, Ms. Tye also received education about managing her diabetes at home. When asked about her stay here she stated, “I missed being away from my family, but you all made … Continued

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Ms. Bishop arrived at our facility unable to walk due to a hip fracture. She was very motivated to get home and back into her normal routine. She loved being able to get her Physical Therapy so close to family. When asked about her stay at our facility she stated, “This place was so welcoming … Continued

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