It’s not just about state-of-the-art facilities and medical expertise, although those are essential. It’s also about teamwork and timing. In this issue of Wellspring, we bring you a number of stories that showcase both.
On a warm August morning, Rashad Craft was leaving his mother’s Suisun City home to pick up his two sons. As he headed down the driveway, he spotted a suspicious, slow-moving car coming down the street.
Morry Wasserman, 91, knew it the minute he woke up Aug. 22, 2012, and noticed his wife Betty had slipped out of bed to use the bathroom. She called through the door that she was fine, but moments later she stumbled into their bedroom, a sight he’ll never forget.
Martin Santos is no stranger to the medical malady. At 19, a strep-throat infection led to a disease that caused his kidneys to begin shutting down.
Every minute matters when it comes to treating a stroke.
Sarah Ruffins was swept up in a dramatic dance to delivery when she went into labor with twin boys, almost three months too soon.