Former President Ford is ‘doing well,’ spokeswoman says |

Former President Ford is ‘doing well,’ spokeswoman says

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. – Former President Gerald Ford remained hospitalized Sunday, but a spokeswoman said the 92-year-old is “doing well.”Penny Circle, Ford’s executive assistant and chief of staff, said in a statement that the former president’s condition was not life threatening. She added no other medical information would be released regarding the nation’s 38th chief executive.Ford was admitted to the Eisenhower Medical Center near his desert home on Jan. 14 and has been receiving treatment for pneumonia. He was initially expected to be discharged by Thursday, but doctors decided he needed additional therapy.Ford and his wife, Betty, have lived in Rancho Mirage – 117 miles southeast of Los Angeles – since leaving the White House in 1977. They also have a home in Beaver Creek, Colo.—On the Net:Ford Library:

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