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Success Stories

Celebrating patient success at Vibra Hospital of Denver

At Vibra Hospital of Denver, our commitment to exceptional patient care is reflected in the inspiring success stories of those we serve. Each story is a testament to the strength and determination of our patients, as well as the expertise and compassion of our dedicated clinical team. These narratives highlight the remarkable recoveries and life-changing experiences that occur within our walls, offering hope and encouragement to all who read them. Join us in celebrating these triumphs and discover how Vibra Hospital of Denver is making a difference in the lives of our patients and their families.

Patrick McIntire

When Patrick McIntire arrived at Vibra Hospital of Denver, he couldn't walk. In fact, Patrick couldn't even get in and out of his wheelchair. Severe wounds on Patrick's right and left legs were the cause of Patrick's difficulties. "My bottom [was affected] as well, from being stuck in a wheelchair without a Roho cushion," Patrick added.

Theodora “Teddy” Travers

Theodora "Teddy" Travers was "knocking on death's door" when she first arrived at Vibra Hospital of Denver. She weighed only 90 pounds, had severe gastrointestinal issues, and couldn't walk. Things didn't look good, but both Teddy and the Vibra staff were determined for a positive outcome.

Lorrie Margolin

In the quiet halls of Vibra Hospital of Denver, Lorrie Margolin's story unfolded with a determined spirit and the attentive care of clinical specialists. Facing the challenges of Guillain-Barre syndrome, profound loss marked Lorrie's arrival at the critical care hospital—she couldn't walk or talk and depended on a ventilator to breathe. Yet, from the outset, a dedicated team embarked on a mission to restore Lorrie's mobility and independence.
Michael smiling while at Vibra

Michael Lopez

By the time Michael Lopez admitted to Vibra Hospital of Denver, he had already been through one heck of a year. It began with a fall at home, where he remained for over twelve hours. With firefighter assistance, Michael made his way to a hospital in Colorado Springs, where he was diagnosed with heart failure, pulmonary embolisms, and acute renal failure.
Denise with two members of her care team at Vibra

Denise Michaels

Adult respiratory distress syndrome, or ARDS for short, is a life-threatening diagnosis. Unfortunately, many people diagnosed with ARDS don't survive. So when Denise Michaels admitted to Lutheran Hospital with a diagnosis of ARDS, she was in for the fight of her life.

Brian Raitz

Having contracted COVID-19, Brain Raitz spent nearly a month in the hospital. Brian was intubated and placed on a ventilator. Unable to be liberated from the ventilator, Brian eventually required a tracheostomy.