Thanking Medical Staff

I was thinking about this over the last few days.  My thoughts were sparked by a news item from England called “Patients say thanks to hospital stars“.

The Big C cancer centre and a nurse described as a “guardian angel” have been picked as the champions who go the extra mile from hundreds of staff put forward by patients.

Individuals and departments at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital were nominated for the hospital’s patient choice awards.

It’s so easy to complain about things when everything seems to go wrong, we don’t get the care we think we deserve, or the diagnosis we know we have.

Has your life been improved by someone who has done a bit more?  How many of us take the time to thank people who have helped us?  My husband is very good at this.  Regrettably, I’m not but I’m going to try.

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