In 2009, Steven Hill, then 33, experienced both an ischemic (blood clot) stroke and a hemorrhagic (ruptured blood vessel) stroke while on vacation in Jamaica. He was flown to Florida for life-saving surgery. A piece of Steven’s skull was removed to allow for brain swelling, but the bone flap could not be replaced for almost six months. Facing a lengthy recovery, healthcare professionals recommended the Hill family contact Angel MedFlight to provide Steven with an air medical transport to New England for continued care. Watch Steven’s amazing story from his initial flight to his continued recovery years later.
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