WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TX — Talk about exquisite timing. Mother’s Day came early and right on time for a women reunited with her family after being hospitalized for more than a month for treatement of new coronavirus.
The St. David’s Georgetown Hospital patient joined family members on Saturday after being in the hospital since March 23 to receive care for COVID-19, officials told Patch in an email. The woman spent 10 days on a ventilator, hospital officials added.
Patient privacy provisions inhibit the release of many details per Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guidelines. Yet hospital officials secured permission to tell Patch the patient is a retired teacher who lives in Sun City, Texas, with her husband of 17 years. She has a daughter and two grandchildren who live in Austin, and a son who resides in California.
This Mother’s Day miracle gets even better: The son was able to fly out of the Golden State to surprise his mom as she left the hospital, officials told Patch.
A woman who had been hospitalized for new coronavirus since March 23 at St. David’s Georgetown hospital got the best Mother’s Day gift ever as she was able to reunite with her family. Photo courtesy of St. David’s Georgetown.
The patient was unavailable to be interviewed, but hospital officials assured us she’s spending cherished time with her family after her coronavirus ordeal. Patch sends well wishes to her and all the moms being honored today. Happy Mother’s Day!
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