Mr. Beasley’s story is one of strength and perseverance, mixed with tears and prayer. In late April 2016, Mr. Beasley underwent a stress test at his physician’s office, only to suffer a stroke a matter of hours later.
Mr. Beasley entered an acute care hospital for four weeks, and was discharged to rehabilitation facility for less than three days when it was discovered he had experienced a devastating intracranial hemorrhage. At this time, his family was faced with the difficult decision to place him on hospice for 14 days. It was during this time that a neurologist requested he visit her office and was determined to care for Mr. Beasley, and that his condition was not terminal. Once again, he was admitted to an acute care facility for another week and a half for a PEG placement and then to a LTACH (long term acute care hospital) for four weeks.
PAM Rehabilitation of Allen was honored to provide the inpatient rehabilitative care for Mr. Beasley for 20 days. During this time, his PEG tube was removed, he regained his ability to walk independently and most importantly, this incredibly determined man was able to return home in July of 2016.
“I know I still have goals to reach, but I would not be where I am without Post Acute Medical. Everyone was great. I really am pleased with the care I received. With everything that has happened I could not ask for better care.”
His wife wrote us to say:
"I wish I could give Post Acute Medical 10 stars! Yelp isn’t even where I can begin to start. My husband is a miracle and it is all because of you! You gave him confidence and you gave me the confidence I needed to get through this."