Recognizing Courteous PHC Employees
I went to Peninsula Hospital Center's Emergency Room with chest pain on February 15 at 9 a.m. From the moment I walked in the door, the staff went above and beyond the call of duty. I was greeted by the admitting personnel, Yolanda Tate-Cutler, with open arms. The security officers, K. Patterson, James Footman and Mr. Anderson were extremely courteous. When I entered into the Emergency Room RN Kerry M. cared for me as I was her own. Dr. Khan, who had wonderful bedside manner, was assigned as my attendant.
From the ER, I was admitted to 3 East, the Telemetry Unit. During my stay I was treated by Dr. Ednalino, Dr. Rosales and Dr. Hadpawat. Each one treated me with outstanding courtesy and respect. Every nurse's aide on the unit was extremely good at what they do. I never waited for care when it was needed. The nurses assigned to me throughout my stay, including Pat Cole, Cynthia Miller and Rose among many others, were excellent caregivers. Even the EKG technician, Evelyn, was extremely nice.
The people mentioned in this letter as well as other hospital staff should be recognized for the work they do and the care they give to this community.