KSHB: Lee's Summit man celebrates leaving hospital after three months-long COVID-19 battle

July 11, 2020

After being in the hospital for more than three months with COVID-19, Everidge Cade's sendoff at Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute was more than just a fond farewell. It was a celebration for the patient, his family, and the many doctors, nurses, and health care workers who got him on the path to recovery.

KSHB talked to the 73-year-old about his story of survival and Dr. Brad Steinle, medical director of Saint Luke’s rehabilitation services.

Watch the full story below.


Everidge talks to KSHB about his care at Saint Luke's.

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