While my sister was in the MICU at St Elizabeth Edgewood John was more than sympathetic to our family and answered all of our questions. He treated my sister with dignity even though she was not conscious. He is truly a caring person and I am grateful that you have him on your staff.
~ Diane W.; Family Member of St. Elizabeth Edgewood Patient
Megan was the 1st nurse to take care me when I was admitted. She made me feel so comfortable. I just want to thank her for that.
I also want to brag on Brian. To be a nursing student, I was impressed at how you can actually tell he cares about his patients. He is going to turn out to be one of the most caring nurses you will ever find.
I also want to thank Jackie and Michelle. Everyone knew what I was going through and took the time to show they cared.
I have had to stay in the hospital a lot this past 6 years. But the nurses that took care of me this week were the best. They took their time, showed compassion and all had great bedside manners.
~ Lynda H.; St. Elizabeth Edgewood Patient
Hillary was wonderful during my sister’s stay. It was good knowing she was in good hands and very comforting. Thanks a million!
~ Donna G., Family Member of St. Elizabeth Edgewood Patient
Nurse Carolyn Z. helped me mend and had patience with me even when I was acting hateful or bossy. She showed me love and attention above and beyond her job. I thank her and will always love and pray for her.
She is an angel and a wonderful caregiver. She helped me walk and shower, and when I let her know I had back problems, she helped me get dressed. She was even willing to bend over and pick up a pen for me. She is so sweet.
~ Joyce B., St. Elizabeth Florence Patient
I'd like to give thanks to Natasha and Lindsey (2 nurses in the MICU) for making phone calls and getting us the help we needed to get our dad his heart medication. We had no rides and they called Social Work and Security to get us bus passes. We are grateful for all they've done.
~ Evelyn W., Visitor