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2018 Messages

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Posted by Megan carr on 01/23/18
Andi
Grandview Medical Center, Unit: Sicu
Andi, thank you very much for all the hars work you put into making sure that my mom was comfortable and pain-free in such a hard time for me. It meant alot to me that you take your job so personally and you genuinely care about not only your patients, but the family of your patients as well. I appreciate the care and compassion you but into your work. You definitely made one of the hardest times of my entire life just a little less painful and stressful with the relief of knowing that my mom was in good hands. Thank you very much keep up the great work!!! Hopefully we can cross paths again under better circumstances.

Posted by Michael Stout on 01/23/18
Liz
Soin Medical Center, Unit: 5th Floor
Thank you, Liz, for all of your hard work which you perform with a smile and friendly demeanor. Thank you for always getting answers to our myriad of questions.

Posted by Thomas H. Valdes on 01/15/18
Ronnie
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: Cath Lab
First, I have to admit that I am a charter member of the "Grumpy Ole' Men's Club". She was great...She saw I was ready and taken care of for the procedure and after. Never seemed irritated and "fixed" whatever I had to undo. Will state you folks have patients there 2hrs ahead of the procedure...so we have at least 1 hour plus to sit with all those wires attached and be bored and uncomfortable. The problem is, the cheap beds you have do not allow for the patient to change position. That requires you get out of bed (after taking off the wires) and changing the beds position. She handled it with no indication of disapproval. And got me fed...she "done good" and it was appreciated.

Posted by Lois Mann on 01/12/18
Carmen
Southview Medical Center, Unit:
All the nurses and aides were attentive, but you were kind. Thank you.

Posted by Brenda Brandenburg on 01/10/18
Dianna Hollen
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: 2nd floor
I am writing this note to nominate Diana Hollen for the Gold Star nursing award. I have been a patient at kettering Medical Center multiple times but my last admission was on an emergency basis and required a major surgery which was traumatic in itself but thankfully I was taken to the Second floor room 2110 and was greeted by the most beautiful smile and the best personality that gave me the sense of comfort and safety. Her name was Diana (aka Angel) who was serious about her job, caring and compassionate, made sure my every need was met with a positive attitude and I am so thankful God put her in my life. I had a pastor visit me one day and Diana was in the room and he was going to pray with me and my family and even as busy as she was she stopped held hands with us and participated in that prayer. She is one special Nurse that definitely deserves recognition and I’m sure her other patients would agree. Thank you Kettering for the exceptional care and the exceptional Nurse that cared for me and my family.

Posted by Shawn Davis/Juanita Burnette on 01/08/18
Homer davis
Fort Hamilton Hospital, Unit: 4th floor
Homer, Thank you so much for the excellent care you provided for my Dad the week of Dec 20-29th. My Mom can't say enough good things about you. You are an awesome nurse and do an excellent job. Continue doing what you do.

Posted by Becky Miller on 01/05/18
Martha Sycamore Glen Health Center
Other, Unit: Long Term
Martha, thank you for taking my call and relaying news about our Dad Art Allen to my brother Jim. Thanks too for being so understanding of the serious nature of the news and Jim's emotional sensitivity. Our family is so very careful about how we approach Jim on any subject so as not to upset him. Our dad remains at Sycamore Medical Center but may soon be released to go to a rehab program. His first choice will be Sycamore Glen. He has visited Jim there many times and is comfortable with the facility. Dad also longs to be able to visit with Jim more frequently. We'll keep praying and wait to see what the future holds for each of them. God bless you, Martha for all that you do . . . Best regards, Becky Miller justwrite@charter.net Cell: 931-787-9121 Alternate Cell: 931-372-0819

Posted by Fatimah Alshehri on 01/04/18
RN: Jennifer
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: labor & de
Dear Jennifer, We would like to thank you for make the deliver of our first baby easier for us. Nursing is a cognitively demanding profession where the task of care-taking is a rewarding challenge. Nurses go through some of the most intimate moments with people from all walks of life, and it is from these experiences that one develops an altruism towards humankind.ar Jennifer,

Posted by Fatimah Alshehri on 01/04/18
Jami
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: labor & de
I want to thank you for take care of the hard time I faced to get delivered my first baby girl. As a nurse, you play a very important role in the health care system. Oftentimes, you might be the first interaction a patient has when they enter a hospital or clinic.

Posted by Fatimah Alshehri on 01/04/18
Kayle
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: Maternity
Dear Kayle, I would like to express my appreciation to be with me during the night of recovery. But even those who provide the most compassionate care can have bad days too. Some days may seem physically exhausting and emotionally draining, but you let these difficulties be outweighed by the satisfaction of knowing that you play a pivotal role in the healing process.

Posted by Fatimah Alshehri on 01/04/18
Heather
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: Maternity
Dear Heather, I would like to thank you to be a part of my recovery stage. Thank you for being on the front lines of care. Thank you for your kindness, dedication and healing touch. Thank you for always putting your patients first no matter how grueling your day. We thank you for providing an empathetic ear and compassionate hand when a life-changing diagnosis is delivered. We thank you for being a rock when waters get rough and we’re fighting for our lives.

Posted by Fatimah Alshehri on 01/04/18
Angela
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: Maternity
Dear Angela, I would like to thank you to be a part to take care of me and my baby during the difficult time. As a nurse, you play a very important role in the health care system. Oftentimes, you might be the first interaction a patient has when they enter a hospital or clinic.

Posted by Fatimah Alshehri on 01/02/18
RN: Malory
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: labor & de
Dear RN Malory, I want to thank you for take care of the hard time I faced to get delivered my first baby girl.You are the caregivers, communicators, patient advocates and decision makers. You are the hand-holders, the voice-of-reason, the 3 a.m. vitals-checkers. You become the around-the-clock best friend by the bedside, the calming voice, the familiar face full of compassion. Best, Fatimah Alshehri

Posted by Tessa Cooper on 01/01/18
Kelly Jones
Soin Medical Center, Unit: 3rd floor
Kelly, My husband was your patient the week of Christmas. You were amazing. You were the most caring, professional, skilled nurse he had. The ED nurses were great so you had a lot to live up to. You achieved that. I was ill and was worried about him, but you eased my mind which allowed me to take care of myself and my son at home. Thank you so much. My husband is Robert Cooper Jr he was room #3305.

Posted by Ann DeBard on 01/01/18
Wendy
Grandview Medical Center, Unit: 6 North
Dear Wendy My husband was on your floor when he was in the hospital. I just wanted to THANK YOU! You were an angel sent to us by God to help us through this awful journey. Cancer is an awful disease that puts a lot of stress on the family. Even though our outcome was not what I wanted I knew Mike was in good hands and you made me always feel like you had our backs and the we were special to you. I hope God gives you many blessings and I know he has you right where you belong helping people like me and my husband. Love Ann DeBard

Posted by Ann DeBard on 01/01/18
Debbie
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: Oncology
Dear Debbie My husband was on your floor when he was in the hospital. I just wanted to THANK YOU! You were an angel sent to us by God to help us through this awful journey. Cancer is an awful disease that puts a lot of stress on the family. Even though our outcome was not what I wanted I knew Mike was in good hands and you made me always feel like you had our backs and the we were special to you. I hope God gives you many blessings and I know he has you right where you belong helping people like me and my husband. Love Ann DeBard

Posted by Ann DeBard on 01/01/18
Abbie
Kettering Medical Center, Unit: Oncology
Dear Abbie My husband was on your floor when he was in the hospital. I just wanted to THANK YOU! You were an angel sent to us by God to help us through this awful journey. Cancer is an awful disease that puts a lot of stress on the family. Even though our outcome was not what I wanted I knew Mike was in good hands and you made me always feel like you had our backs and the we were special to you. I hope God gives you many blessings and I know he has you right where you belong helping people like me and my husband. Love Ann DeBard