If it wasn’t for his kindness, I probably would have missed my MRI
I would like to thank the kind and compassionate security guard who made sure I arrived safely to my 5:30 a.m. MRI appointment.
I got dropped off at the Vine Street ramp entrance as instructed, however, the entrance door opened but the second entrance was locked until 6:00 a.m.
I walked to the emergency room to ask for assistance. After I was told where to go by the ER representative, I did not feel safe walking through the eerily darkened grounds of Bronson Hospital again. So I notified a security guard who just happened to be doing his rounds of my situation.
He said “hop in the security car and he would take me to the Vine Street ramp.” He noticed that the ramp doors were, in fact, locked. He drove me to the garden entrance of the hospital after he checked with his office.
If it hadn’t been for the kindness of the Security guard, I probably would have missed my MRI appointment.