Dell’s Story

Dell was watching the evening news when he had a stroke. Fortunately, he was rushed to St. Mark’s Hospital where he was immediately admitted for treatment. Today, he is strong and active, and has recovered impressively.


Gustavo’s Story

Gustavo tells his experience at St. Mark’s Hospital following his sixth stroke. He credits the staff for their help in his recovery process. He felt motivated to keep going and to try harder, because he saw how much his progress meant to the doctors and nurses at St. Mark’s Hospital who wanted him to succeed

Teri’s Story

Teri chose to go to St. Mark’s emergency room one day after feeling a stinging pain in her chest. The hospital discovered that Teri had an aortic dissection. Thanks to the determination of the surgeons, and the compassion of the nurses Teri is confident she will return to her normal life.

Shannalee’s Story

Shannalee was at school when she noticed unusual symptoms in her throat and with her breathing. She was taken to St. Mark’s Hospital where the doctors diagnosed her with a rare care of Lemierres Syndrome. She describes the compassion and care she received to prepare her physicaly and emotionally for a complete recovery.

Dan & Krissy’s Story

Dan and Krissy, gave birth to their son Calvin at 26 weeks, weighing 1 pound 15 ounces. The doctors and nurses as St. Mark’s Hospital made them feel like they were family, and helped reassure them that everything was going to be alright. In spite of his small size, and need for extra special attention in the NICU, Calvin is now a happy and energetic two year old!