Bob's Redmond Story
Bob had been experiencing symptoms of fatigue and shortness of breath. Bob also has a family history of heart problems, so he knew these symptoms were significant and made an appointment to see his physician. As the symptoms became more pronounced, he told his wife, “Take me to Redmond, I think I might be having a heart attack.”
Karen's Redmond Story
Women don’t always have the same classic heart attack symptoms as men. Many women may have a feeling that “;something isn’t right.” Karen didn’t think she was having a heart attack because she just felt “tired and irritable.” But when she stated having pains in her arm and back, thankfully she called 911. The Redmond team was able to resuscitate Karen...
Rick's Redmond Story
Rick thought he had stomach problems. He spent valuable time deciding whether he should go to the ER to be checked out. Redmond's heart team quickly diagnosed Rick's heart problem. After triple bypass surgery and cardiac rehab, Rick is back to normal activity.
Barry's Redmond Story
Barry was driving down the highway at 50 miles an hour when he passed out. It was a serious cardiac problem. Due to the heroic efforts of others, his life was saved. Drivers helped stop his vehicle, nearby EMS used cardiac defibrillation to shock his heart several times and then took him to Redmond. Redmond physicians lowered Barry's body temperature...
Elaine's Redmond Story
Elaine had all the classic stroke symptoms -- weakness in her hand and leg, slurring of her speech. She knew she needed to get to Redmond immediately. When a stroke happens, time is of the essence. At Redmond, stroke patients like Elaine benefit from a designated Stroke Center with a comprehensive system for rapid diagnosis and treatment. Redmond...