I wanted to somehow find a way to say “thank you” for the integral part you have played in my life this past year. I decided the best way I could say thank you, was to simply say it.
Working in healthcare myself, I realize how much mundane and “everyday” the plights of others can become. On a daily basis, we treat people who are going through some of the most difficult times in their lives and since it is so commonplace for us, it would be easy to make these patients feel as though we don’t care. Neither you, nor your staff, especially Karen and Nicole, ever made me feel that way. Your attention to my needs was and continues to be “dead on”.
We never know the many other torches a person may be holding in their lives, unrelated to their medical issues. I went through a divorce after 28 years of marriage. In addition, my daughter suffered a terrible automobile accident, and my son underwent severe personal problems as well. Through it all, I had had by my side a wonderful man whom I will marry next fall. My fiancé and I are very passionate about our intimacy and being able to feel “whole” again has meant more than you can possibly know.
What I am trying to say with all of this is: no one at the Plastic Surgery Center knew all of my difficulties. You didn’t need to, but you all made my life so much easier by caring for me so wonderfully and with such skill and compassion. I am okay with the aging process but yet I am very dedicated to maintaining my appearance as best I can. You have given me my body back, my self-esteem and thereby my sex life. I can never say adequately how much the reconstruction means to me. I can only say thank you and that you have touched my life in ways that you cannot imagine.
With respect and sincere thanks,