Randy Travis Shows Signs of Improvement, Says Doctor

Drs. William Gray and Michael Mack, who are treating the country star, speak about his condition.
1:45 | 07/10/13

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I'm doctor William Gray the director of cardiovascular services at Baylor medical center McKinney Texas. Mr. Randy Travis was admitted for an emergency department to Baylor medical center of McKinney on Sunday July 7. He had been previously excellent health until three weeks prior. When he developed a viral upper respiratory illness. He was admitted at -- -- With a presumptive borrowed car democracy in congestive heart failure. -- McKinney he was stabilized and subsequently sent to the heart hospital at Baylor Plano. For a -- our level of specialized care and the care doctor Markel -- -- name is Michael Mac and I'm the director of cardiovascular disease at the Baylor Health Care System and Dallas. Early in the morning of Monday July -- I received a phone call from doctor -- -- -- me. That mr. Travis had been hospitalized in McKinney Texas and what his condition -- at that time. We determined together in a joint decision. That a higher level of specialized care. Was appropriate and therefore we transferred him to the heart hospital Baylor Plano. Since his transfer his condition has stabilized. And he has shown signs of improvement. On behalf of mr. Travis his family friends & Associates. We would like to express our extreme gratitude for the overwhelming. Affection and support that mr. Travis has received. We would be giving further updates. As his condition changes.

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