Randy Travis Leaves Hospital for Rehab
Randy Travis a superstar in country music was released for the hospital. He will be now headed to physical therapy and remain in that facility to recuperate from the heart attack and subsequent stroke that struck him last month.
In a prepared statement, Travis’ publicist said the country singer left the Plano, Texas Baylor Hospital for a rehabilitation center that was not specified.
The singer’s fiancée, Mary Davis on Wednesday, said that she would like to thank all of Randy’s friends and fans for continuing to pray for him and for their support as Randy continues his road of recovery.
Travis is 54 and a Grammy award winner. He suffered a stroke on July 10, while he was being treated in a hospital for heart failure, which was caused, said doctors, from a viral infection.
The singer, well now for the Three Wooden Crosses, had been admitted to the Baylor Hospital, which is close to his Tioga, Texas home, which is located only about 60 miles to the north of the city of Dallas. That was on July 7. He was then transferred to another hospital after doctors had inserted a pump through a catheter.
This recent illness suffered by Travis came as he attempted to put the pieces of his life together following a number of embarrassing incidents that involved alcohol and were seen by the public.
The country signer pleaded guilty in January to driving under the influence of alcohol after being arrested in late 2012. He was give two years probation and fined $2,000.
He was also ordered to spend a minimum of 30 days inside an alcohol rehabilitation facility as well as work 100 hours in community service.