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Jieun Park held her newborn baby for the first time. Even though this was Jieun’s third delivery, she was more anxious this time as her mother could not be with her after the delivery. But her anxiety didn’t last long. “I felt fear holding my baby for the first time. But the nurse told me everything about holding the baby which made me feel calm to enjoy the moment.
Paul Benke, Los Gatos, CA resident knew little about long-term acute care facilities. When Benke’s brother, David, was admitted to CHA HPMC’ sub-acute care facility Chalet, he was surprised at the level of care and treatment provided to his brother.
David Benke was admitted to Chalet from CHA HPMC with chronic respiratory failure in February 2019. Three months since, Benke knows every little detail about the care his brother receives. “It’s the first time
Savannah Thorstensen loved cheerleading since a young age and was excited to perform in the upcoming game at her school. While preparing for a high-power jump sequence, Savannah sprained her ankle and couldn’t finish the sequence. Anxious about her ability to perform in the upcoming game, she came to the emergency department at CHA HPMC with her family to check the injury.
“Going by our previous experiences, we were worried that would have to
Maricelda Matias Considers CHA HPMC Staff as Her Second Family After Delivering Four Babies at the Hospital
Six years back, Maricelda Matias delivered her first baby at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center. Little did she know that she would deliver all four of her babies at the same hospital. “It’s all about the nurses,” she says without second thoughts. During her first delivery, Matias felt welcomed by the nursing staff and was amazed by the