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By: Johnny T.
Weatherford Rehabilitation Hospital
I had a stroke on 11/15/2015. I spent a week in the Hospital then, I chose the Weatherford location because it was the closest one to our home in Graham, Texas. Dr. Bueller knows his REHAB Stuff his musical stuff plus several other stuffs. I can still hear him whistle cattle call in the hall as he walked by my room. The nursing, and rehab folk became my best new friends first time we met. Then the Hosp. Administrator Colt came to my room and played guitar and sang music for me. When you get tired of this hospital stuff, buy a bus, and tour. I will be your number one fan. I will even drive the bus for you. THAT SHOULD get your prayer life in good working order. Thanks to all you folk at W.R.Hospital….. I am forever in your debt for your care during this road to recovery. I played my guitar and sang for church for the first time this “Mothers Day” TODAY since my C. V. Accident. I guess you should know my # 1 goal was to play and sang again.THANK-YOU EACH ONEjohnny
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