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"You've tried your best and they die.
You get a feeling like - is there any

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more that I could have done?"
But Jerry Gratz, a massive stroke sur-
vivor who was taken by Survival Flight
to the University Hospital in 1988, said
that he remains very appreciative of
everything that was done for him.
"Jerry was originally taken to
Seaway Hospital in Trenton and the
doctor told me that he only had a
small amount of time left," Jerry's
wife, Susan Gratz said.
"I told him that I wanted a different
doctor and within 20 minutes Survival
Flight came and brought him to the
(University Hospital)," Gratz said.
"The hospital and staff were excellent
and we are very grateful to (the Universi-
ty) and Survival Flight," Gratz added.

Denise Landis, Manager of the
University Medical System's Sur-
vival Flight program, said she
feels that the reason it has met
with such success is because of its
partnership with the University.
She added that Survival Flight
was in fact the first program of its
kind that was established in the
state of Michigan.
"It stands out in its relationship
with the institution," Landis added.
Landis also said that this
special partnership actually
helps to enable Survival Flight
to get victims from any geo-
graphic location back to the
hospital for treatment.

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