VIDEO: Bryan Little Receives All-Star Care at HSC, St. Boniface
When he was hit in the head by a slapshot in November, 2019, Winnipeg Jets forward Bryan Little required “attention immediately” from the health care teams at St. Boniface Hospital and Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg.
“It was kind of a complicated injury,” says Little, who suffered a perforated ear drum and a brain bleed from the incident, in a game against the New Jersey Devils in the Manitoba capital. “The care from top-to-bottom was unbelievable.”
“(I) went to St. Boniface. They patched up my ear, gave me stitches. And then I went right to HSC.”
“From how much pain I was in, I knew it wasn’t going to be good,” he shared with HSC Foundation. “I needed to see multiple doctors for my ear and a neurologist for my brain and head. They did a great job of informing me of what was going on, so what I could understand what was going on. And they were really truthful about what was going on. So, I couldn’t have asked for better care.
“What stood out was the care from the nurses, as well. Just how friendly they were, and they made me feel comfortable there.”
Trackback from your site.