“From the nurses in the field that found me to the nurses and doctors at the hospital, I had the best care and best people (taking care of me). I’m thankful for that.”
Sudden cardiac arrest survivor
“He (Philip) is so much happier. He’s thriving. He’s eating two teaspoons a day, which is so good and a lot of progress. We’re hoping that his swallowing keeps getting better and his throat keeps improving so he can eat more and more by mouth. That’s our goal!”
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Stryker Endoscopy's first ever patient facing website, designed for education around the benefits of Single Portal Arthroscopy. Connect patients and surgeons with "find a physician" capabilities.
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