Kiley Strickland

Kiley Strickland’s LRMC Patient Story

Thursday, May 12, 2011  •  Patient Stories

“She started to itch a little bit and she said she didn’t feel well,” recalled Bevin.  “I put her in the shower to see if that would relieve the itching.” But soon after, Bevin noticed…

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Ashley Link’s LRMC Patient Story

Thursday, May 12, 2011  •  Patient Stories

Ashley and her husband Jonathan returned home at 9:30 p.m. after a 10-hour drive from Birmingham, where they had spent the weekend celebrating a friend’s wedding.  In fact, it was their first weekend away from…

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Glenn Temple’s LRMC Patient Story

Thursday, May 12, 2011  •  Patient Stories

It was a week before Thanksgiving and a seemingly ordinary day to Glenn Temple. He was at Lowe’s® and about to head home when he started feeling chest pain and tingling in his arm. Remembering…

Lights for Life – Pediatric ED

Thursday, November 18, 2010  •  Patient Stories

It takes a Community to save a child’s life …. A child like Landon… “Boy… 2-years old… found submerged in a pool.” The brief details came through the call radio in the Pediatric Emergency Department.…

The Lazenby Triplets

Lights for Life NICU – The Lazenby Triplets

Thursday, November 18, 2010  •  Patient Stories

“I was in complete shock going into labor,” recalls Vicky Lazenby. “Everything had gone so smoothly. I had just seen the doctor, and he’d said all was fine.” But after only 28 weeks, the Lazenby…

Lights for Life NICU – The Fagans

Thursday, November 18, 2010  •  Patient Stories

Ask any parent in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at LRMC, and they’ll tell you…it’s all about family. Family in ways you never expected. Kristine and Patrick Fagan spent almost 2 months at LRMC before,…

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Larry Brinkley – Living with Diabetes

Thursday, November 18, 2010  •  Patient Stories

And this isn’t strange coming from a former FSU football player turned coach, teacher and salesman. Larry recently found out that he was diabetic. He had been labeled borderline diabetic before that: however, when his…

The Urens

John & Sarah Uren – A Legacy of Caring and Sharing

Thursday, November 18, 2010  •  Patient Stories

Jonathan (John) and Sarah (Sally) Uren met after World War II and married in 1948. After busy years of careers and raising a family in Michigan, they retired in 1978. With summer residence in northern…

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Susan & Julie – Pediatrics and Nursing

Thursday, November 18, 2010  •  Patient Stories

Julie was only twelve. She was standing at the bus stop when a car, rounding the corner, lost control – striking Julie and dragging her helpless body along a chain link fence. At that time,…

Lights for Life NICU – Sam Sloan

Thursday, November 18, 2010  •  Patient Stories

All at once, things went from bad to catastrophic for Julie Sloan Julie was 28 weeks pregnant with her second child when she developed an infection in her leg. What was diagnosed as “strep” virus…