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Citizen of the Week

Thursday, September 20, 2012

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This week's CoW is not a person but rather a group of people. Their nominator says it best: "My son fell gravely ill and was in the hospital here for several days. I was worried sick, as any parent would be, and spent every spare minute I could there at the hospital watching for him to improve. Not only did the nursing staff go out of their way to make his and my time there as pleasant as it could possibly be under the circumstances, but they patched him right up. And they did it with a smile. Thank you and thank them."


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Bigger is NOT always better when it comes to hospitals. I have first hand knowledge of that. And I know well the folks at ESH. A finer group of health care professionals you won't find any where else-even at the famed Texas Medical Center. Been there, done that.

-- Posted by rockpilefarmer on Thu, Sep 20, 2012, at 12:03 PM

I am in complete agreement. My father spent his final days at ESH a few years ago. He (and our entire family) got the finest, most compassionate care and consideration one could hope for.

-- Posted by jetman on Mon, Sep 24, 2012, at 8:41 AM


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