Our Patients are Living Proof
Learn why hospitals in the Valley Health System are the choice for high quality healthcare in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada. Get to know some of our patients and their compelling stories, below. They are "Living Proof" of the care received at VHS hospitals.
Rodney Myrick — treated at Henderson Hospital
Rodney Myrick was able to survive a heart attack with the help of the medical staff at Henderson Hospital.
Sheldon Mack — treated at Desert Springs Hospital
Sheldon Mack was shot twice while helping other victims at the 2017 Route 91 Harvest Festival. Desert Springs Hospital saved his life.
Rylie Golgart — treated at Valley Hospital
Rylie Golgart was at the 2017 Route 91 Harvest Festival and had a bullet lodge near her spine. Valley Hospital saved her life.
Jeron Bodin — treated at Henderson Hospital
When Jeron Bodin developed a severe case of dehydration, he found prompt care in the ER at Henderson Hospital.
Bill Wilson — treated at Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center
Bill Wilson came to Desert Springs for cardiac rehabilitation after having surgery for a blocked artery.
Christina Pangelinan — treated at Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center
Being a mom was important to Christina Pangelinan and she wanted only the best for herself and her son.
Bob Cannata — treated at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
With a healthy active lifestyle, Bob Cannata never thought he would need triple bypass surgery at age 54.
Sharon Martin — treated at Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center
“I owe my life to three things,” says Sharon. “Faith in God … the support of my family … and the fabulous care I received at Spring Valley Hospital.”
Shaunda Clark — treated at Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center
"Desert Springs Hospital is second to none! The doctors and nurses never gave up on me – and plenty of people would have.”
Karen McKay — treated at Valley Hospital Medical Center
Karen McKay was diagnosed with a complex vascular disorder at Valley Hospital. "Valley Hospital saved my life. I’d go back in a heartbeat if I had to.”
Jaycee Whipple — treated at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
Jaycee Whipple loves to play outside, ride her bike and go to school. She wouldn’t let cancer stop her and neither did the pediatric oncology team at Summerlin Hospital.
Chris Sellman — treated at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
Chris Sellman was unable to talk or move after his stroke. "You can recover from a debilitating stroke with the help of Summerlin Hospital’s Rehabilitation Program."
Baby Alex — treated at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
Baby Alex spent five months in the NICU. He's now 11 pounds. "We have the entire staff at Summerlin Hospital and Universal Health Services to thank.”