Life is filled with an array of highs and lows, successes and disappointments, happiness and sadness.
Each week, Life Care President Beecher Hunter shares a message of hope, encouragement, and celebration of our blessings to those in the Life Care family and for the public at large.
The themes emphasize that true joy arises from obedience to God and is best measured through service to others.
Dwight Barrows had a very lengthy hospital stay for respiratory failure, a torn trachea and atrial fibrillation.
During his time in the hospital, Barrows also developed sepsis, a blood infection. When he came to Life Care Center of the North Shore in Lynn, Massachusetts, on July 21, 2017, he was very weak....
After suffering a brain aneurism, as well as several broken bones in a car accident, Peggy Robinson came to Life Care Center of the North Shore in Lynn, Massachusetts, on May 10, 2017.
Robinson required total assistance when she arrived to groom herself, walk, transfer from one surface to another and balance while standing....
When Melissa Stevens came to Life Care Center of the North Shore in Lynn, Massachusetts, she had lost all her functional independence and mobility due to multiple compression fractures in her mid and lower back.
Stevens was further compromised from Crohn’s disease, which causes the intestines to be chronically inflamed, leading to pain....
Each year, our parent company, Life Care Centers of America, hosts a Rewarding Excellence banquet to recognize outstanding associates throughout the area. This year, the banquet took place at the Newton Marriot Hotel in Newton, Massachusetts, on June 2, 2016.
It was a full day for several of our associates from Life Care Center of the North Shore in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Dr. Maher Tabba, a board certified pulmonologist, recently began consulting with patients at Life Care Center of the North Shore in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Tabba works primarily as a physician at Tufts Medical Center in Boston in the department of pulmonary and critical care medicine and sleep. He has been practicing pulmonary medicine in Massachusetts for 10 years and has served patients at multiple area hospitals.
On May 9, 2015, a resident at Life Care Center of the North Shore in Lynn, Massachusetts, Mikhail Kagan, was honored with a Distinguished Service Award for his role in World War II.
In 1941, Kagan was a U.S.S.R. officer and in charge of an artillery unit. He was 17 years old and had just completed military school in Kiev, Ukraine. In 1942, Kagan and his unit found themselves in the middle of the Battle of Stalingrad, Russia, where only one out of 1,000 Soviet soldiers survived.