One moment Caring Hearts volunteer Norbert Schulz was standing. Then, he felt light-headed and couldn’t move his feet. As he crumbled to the floor, Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital staff came running to start CPR. When he regained consciousness, Norbert saw the anxious faces of hospital people he knew. “I calmed way … Continue reading Heart hospital volunteer collapses from heart attack, revived by cardiac medical staff
Would you know what to do if you witnessed someone with life-threatening, uncontrolled bleeding? The Department of Homeland Security’s “Stop the Bleed” campaign aims to equip you with this knowledge. Initiated earlier this year, the “Stop the Bleed” campaign teaches police officers, emergency medical services (EMS) and the general community about the proper application and … Continue reading Would you know how to “Stop the Bleed”?
“We cannot plan for the unexpected. We cannot control the outcome. Everything we tell ourselves matters. With hard work, perseverance, patience and over time, the little things and baby steps add up to be big strides. This impacts every aspect of our lives: recovery, relationships and overall growth. So much of our outcome depends on … Continue reading Trauma survivors reunite with caretakers who saved their lives
Of the more than 3,500 plastic surgery patients who come to Scott & White each year, fewer than 10 percent are children. But their lives are dramatically changed when the Scott & White team members are called upon, as is illustrated by the story of one young patient who was saved by the heroic work … Continue reading A brave little girl’s devastating accident