Former President George H.W. Bush was discharged Monday from a Houston hospital after waging a more than two week battle with pneumonia.
Bush was given the green light to go home a week after his wife, former first lady Barbara Bush,was discharged from the hospital.
Family spokesman Jim McGrath announced the good news in a tweet.
"He is thankful for the many prayers and kind messages he received during his stay, as well as the world-class care that both his doctors and nurses provided," McGrath tweeted.
The 92-year-old ex-president was rushed to Houston Methodist Hospital on Jan. 14 for shortness of breath and underwent a procedure to remove a blockage from his lung.
The nation's 41st president has a form of Parkinson's disease and has suffered from other respiratory difficulties in recent years.
Barbara Bush, 91, was hospitalized as "a precaution" a few days later for what turned out to be bronchitis. She was released a week ago.