Yep! That's what they are saying. I just got off the phone with two people from the hospital. One was the charge nurse on his floor--he's still in ICU because there were more beds there than on the general floor, so he'll remain where he is until he's discharged. The official discharge order hasn't been submitted yet by his treating specialist so it's a few hours away yet. But, I also spoke with someone in records who needed to verify his information so he can be released so he is at least one step closer to freedom.
As I left at 9:00 last night, they were finally preparing to take him down for the MRI. Apparently the scan looked good.