Randy Travis Has Major Setback In Hospital

Country music legend Randy Travis had been showing signs of improvement after being hospitalized with cardiomyopathy. Doctors inserted a small device in the 54-year-old to improve his blood flow and it appeared to be helping. Doctors even said that he was “stabilized” and was showing signs of improvement.

However, just a few hours after showing signs of improvement, things took a turn for the worse. Travis had a stroke in the hospital due to his heart condition. He had to have emergency surgery to relive the pressure on his brain. The only good news to report is that he thankfully did make it out of surgery last night, and is still in critical condition.

His family and friends who are with him at the hospital are asking that people pray for the singer. His publicist has stated that they will provide continuous updates as they become available.

Randy was first hospitalized this past Sunday at the Baylor Medical Center in Mckinney Texas, just north of Dallas. However, he was moved a day later to The Heart Hospital at Baylor Plano because they could give Randy Travis more attention,

Dr. Michael Mack explained the reason behind the move,

“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.”

We’ll keep you updated.