Back in February 2016 I had gone to the emergancy room where I was very ill with an infection. The last thing I recall was handing my medical card to the clerk I woke up briefly before surgery where i was informed what make happen afterwards I was put under and didnt awaken again until March 15 thereabout. I remember very little other than bits and pieces but after time has passed I realized I am extremely lucky to be alive. I wasnt easy on those kind nurses and doctors that saved my life and cared for me ripping my IVs out of my arms, trying to get out of bed and many other things that are still a little foggy to this day. But none the less they performed a miracle in saving my life and as of today have returned to work because of these great Nurses and Doctors to whom I owe my life. There is no doubt if I hadnt have gone to Union when I did, I wouldnt have survived. Its been a long road to recovery and I just wish to say Thank you to all those whom cared for me and enduring all the things I did while under your care. Sincerely Richard F. Niehoff.This was Union Hospital in Terre Haute not Clinton.