I'm trying to raise money for my father. He found out he had melanoma and needed a skin graphing on his shoulder, once they found that out they scheduled an appointment about 2 weeks later. Between the time he found out and the surgery he still couldn't catch a break and got into an accident, flipped his jeep with a soft top and no doors three times towards the driver's side of course. Luckily he was only diagnosed with really bad roadrash. A couple days after the accident he gets a call from the hospital thinking his foot was broken. Finally the day of the surgery comes, June 15th, 2017, thinking this is going to be a simple outpatient surgery, moms in the waiting room while the rest of the family is at work because, well, simple surgery. Doctor notifies my mom before the surgery begins saying it'll be about 3 hours before she will see him. So she waits in the room for the surgery to end... but an hour into the surgery, she is notify his heart had stopped beating before they can even finish the surgery and close him up, he gets put on life support, in an induced coma and moved to the icu. Friday, June 16th, 2017, he in unconcious most of the day, due to the fact they try to take him out of the coma but everything dropping back down when he would wake up. Saturday, June 17th, 2017, still in the icu but out of the induced coma, stabile and ready to take the oxygen tube out. For most of saturday he is doing well, oxygen would drop and come back up so they set him up with another way to receive oxygen, now the only thing they are trying to stabalize is the high blood pressure, and then that's handled. So he is now well, visiting hours are over and everyone who can't stay goes home thinking all is well. Phone rings, Mike now has a high fever and his veins are closing so now begins more tests to see why all of this is occuring. We need prayers and the reason I am making this gofundme page is so that he doesn't have to worry about all the bills he is already worrying about. Please help us as much as possible. Thank you in advance!