Sitting in the Comprehensive Care Center’s activities room, Odessa Gilmore can usually be found with a smile on her face.
Every one of our patients has a story and an experience worth telling. Below are real patients sharing their stories about thier journign to better health.
After a disabling stroke, an independent Shirley Holston found herself needing an assisted living environment. After a few locations, she has now settled into the Comprehensive Care Center where one of the residential cats, Mirage, has adopted her and visits regularly.
Larissa Ybarra’s first experience with childbirth didn’t go exactly as expected. Her little baby boy was due Sept. 10, 2017 and she planned for him to be born in Santa Barbara. But little Lucca had other plans. He arrived Aug. 4 and came in with an exuberant entrance.
Jonah Gustilo was just determined to make an early arrival into the world. The second son of Amber and Ben Gustilo was initially due on Dec. 10, and his parents planned for him to be delivered via a scheduled C-Section at Cottage Hospital on Dec. 4. “He decided he didn’t want to wait,” his mother said.
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