MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A South Florida man showed his appreciation to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Broward Health Medical Center in a unique and special way, two months after he was rushed there suffering from a stroke.

On February 1st, skateboard technician Michael Devlin was rushed to Broward Health Medical Center after suffering a stroke.

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Now, just two months later he has made a full recovery.

It’s a miracle he says he owes to the team of nurses and doctors at the hospital.

“The one thing I specifically remember is being told we will not leave you, you’re not going to be alone. So that was a big thing to me because that’s not something that you can teach that in a person, that’s something that they have inside of them, like a family trait,” Devlin said.

“When you’re in there, you’re in their hands, and you gotta trust that they’re gonna do their thing, that’s what I did, and that’s how I came back.”

The nurse who treated Devlin said if he would’ve come in just minutes later, he wouldn’t be here today.

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“Someone that he works with was able to notice it right away, and they got him to the hospital in a timely manner, and we were able to take care of him.” Said intensive care unit nurse Caitlyn Farrar.

“If he were to have come a little later on, it could have been a lot worse.”

Miraculously, after months of physical therapy, Devlin recovered.

Now, he’s using his love of skateboarding to make a custom one-of-a-kind deck for the nurse who helped save his life.

Devlin said it’s his way to honor her, and the care she gave him.

“This is a representation of how I feel about you guys, you’re a family of superheroes, and you save people’s lives.”

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Devlin said while he can never fully repay those doctors and nurses, he hopes the custom skateboard is a reminder of their journey together.