My level of care was exceptional

Stanley Pag, Patient

Where to begin? I’ve lived 67 years…never been in an ambulance…never been in the ER….never hospitalized. All that changed on July 4, 2015, when I got to experience all three of these things! From the moment I arrived in the ER, until the day I was discharged four days later, my level of care was exceptional. The RN’s and PCA’s in the ER were attentive to all my needs and were outstanding at making me comfortable. The two doctors were diligent in trying to find a cause for my episode. And because I was there through two shifts, this team made sure that the team taking over were aware of all that had been done, and they never missed a beat continuing the exceptional care.

Once admitted to the AMU, the team dynamic continued to shine. It was well after midnight by the time I got a room, but this team was ready and waiting to continue the exceptional care. To Judy and Holly and Steve, Marjit and Lara….I thank you from the bottom of my heart for making me comfortable and confident that I was so well cared for. Your level of professionalism is a strong testament to your character as a human being, which is what makes you so good at what you do. You all are truly a blessing. Oh….not to forget the guys who appeared every morning at 2:00 a.m. draw blood….thank you for being so skilled at what you do….I barely knew you were there!!

Bronson Posivity is very much alive in all of the people I had contact with, and I feel blessed to have been a recipient of it!

God bless all of you for all that you do everyday!

Stan Page