By writer to www.everythinglubbock.com
LUBBOCK, Texas – Maj. Phillip Mammen of Midland has been staying at Covenant hospital in Lubbock for a few month awaiting a Kidney donation, mentioned his daughter Meesha Mammen.
Mammen was rushed to the hospital in 2021 whereas on deployment on the border doing Operation Lone Star. Mammen was serving on his 13th mission, offering medical providers to the indigent and people in want of medical assist, mentioned a press launch.
The corporate commander, Charlie Firm, 4th Battalion, third Brigade anticipated his signs have been as a consequence of extreme warmth publicity and dehydration, however Mammen was identified with acute kidney failure.
The 16-year State Guard Service Member didn’t let his prognosis cease him. Mammen continued to go on a number of deployments, went to a marriage and even continued to be a volunteer firefighter, mentioned Meesha.
Mammen is on hemodialysis at Covenant. He’s regaining his power and his lab outcomes go up and down on a regular basis, mentioned Meesha. She plans to get married in September and hopes her dad can be nicely sufficient to stroll her down the aisle.
Meesha describes her dad as an “energizer bunny” and “very type-A.” She says that “contemplating his state of affairs, he’s in good spirits.”
These enthusiastic about donating can attain out to Methodist Transplant Hospital in San Antonio (210-567-5777), UT Southwestern Medical Heart Transplant Providers Heart in Dallas (214-648-2609) or Baylor Scott and White in Dallas/Ft. Price (210-820-0111). Callers ought to categorical they’re enthusiastic about a direct donation to Maj. Mammen.
For extra data, go to https://www.donatelifetexas.org