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It was just one hour into the workday at 9 a.m. on Monday, September 16, 2013, when Dan Rupp went into cardiac arrest. Read his heart treatment story here.
It was the middle of sailing season on July 7, 2013 when Ann knew something wasn’t right. Read Ann Munafo's patient story from Firelands Regional Medical Center.
After being diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Adee Maag and her family turned to the Firelands Children’s S.P.O.T. where she flourished with physical therapy treatment.
Fifteen years ago Carl Pletcher’s lower back began to hurt. Little did he know he would need back surgery – lumbar discectomy – at Firelands Spine Center for a herniated disc.
Darlene Roeder has led a lively life, which is why when she became tired all the time, she knew something was wrong. Read her heart failure story here.
For most of us, vacation days are used for relaxing, traveling and sight-seeing. For Allison Blakeley, occupational therapist at Firelands hospital, it was much more.
Are you and your family protected from a deadly, odorless gas called carbon monoxide? Read a list of tips to prevent exposure on Empower, the Firelands blog.
It’s time to unveil our hospital website redesign! Peek at the new and improved firelands.com, firelandsphysiciangroup.com and foundationforfirelands.com.
George Spehn has benefited from Firelands Counseling and Recovery Services for many years. Read about his mental health journey here.
When Mike Drumm was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, he would end up needing rehabilitation for the autoimmune disease to learn to walk again. Read his story.
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