"I still get a little tingle every time I drive in," she said.
In his time at the hospital, Prochilo has seen many patients learn to live with disabilities and recover from injuries. Helping those patients is even more rewarding than seeing how the hospital network has grown, he said.
"We feel like part of their recovery. We feel like part of their future, and what they're doing," Prochilo said. "And that's really, really gratifying."
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