Bryan's story is about his long-time dance with Crohn's Disease and now his battle with intestinal cancer. It's a story of inspiration and spirit. It's a story of perseverance and partnership – the partnership between Bryan, his family and his medical team at Stormont-Vail HealthCare and Cotton-O'Neil Clinic.
We invited you to share your stories about how you or a family member got back to living with the help of the hospital, doctors and staff at Stormont-Vail and Cotton-O'Neil, all working together as one. We received some very compelling and special stories. Bryan's story garnered the most votes in our first "Get Back to Living" Campaign contest, and he has been awarded the grand prize – an iPad2. Thank you to Bryan and others who shared.
Click here to read Bryan's story.
What the "Get Back to Living" Campaign is all about.
Stormont-Vail HealthCare launched a new campaign in the Spring 2011 to focus on how Stormont-Vail's integrated care model – where the hospital, doctors and staff all work together as one – provides patients and families with an environment of care that rivals any health system in the country.
Learn more in these video messages:
You're tired of health care that doesn't get you. You just found health care that does. Amazing things happen when doctors, specialists and a hospital work together as one. Things like electronic medical records, which makes for better overall health care.
You'd hate to miss Grandpa time. You don't have to. Excellent specialists are right here.
You want the best care for your little one. You get top pediatric specialists right here. The Birthplace. The area's highest level neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
Great care. When you need it, you need it. From ExpressCare to our full service ER that has less waiting, and includes a Level II Trauma Center -- the only one of its kind in Topeka.