Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
Teresa Heinz Kerry walked out of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston on Saturday after successful treatment for a seizure she experienced July 7, according to Glen Johnson, spokesman for her husband, Secretary of State John Kerry.
One of the two brothers who lost their right legs in the Boston Marathon bombing has been released from the hospital. And J.P. Norden said Friday that he’s looking forward to “a new life, a better life” than the one he led before the attack.
Exactly one month after the Boston Marathon bombings, a couple of small groups of walkers set out to honor the victims and raise money for recoveries.
Exactly one month after twin bombings near the Boston Marathon finish line killed three people and injured more than 200, family members of two of the injured victims will walk the entire route of the race to raise money toward their recoveries.
Two brothers who each lost his right leg in the Boston Marathon bombings say they’re hoping sibling rivalry will help push them in rehab to speed their recoveries.
Many survivors of the Marathon bombings are frustrated they’re not recovering faster. Alvaro and Martha Galvis have each had multiple surgeries.
A Stoneham man injured in the Boston Marathon bombing attacks was able to walk out of Spaulding Rehab Hospital on his own Thursday morning.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital has moved more than 100 patients, including nine who were injured in the Boston Marathon bombings, to the hospital’s new location on the Charlestown waterfront.
Menino has been at the rehab facility for weeks recovering from several conditions including blood clots, a spine fracture and newly-diagnosed type 2 diabetes.
The mayor is at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, recovering from a fracture in his back.