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Going Around the Table

Do you go around the room at Thanksgiving saying what you’re thankful for? We do, so we did a little practice round at The Ghosh Center. If we were to pull up a chair at your table, this is what we’d say:

“I am grateful for the wonderful patients and their families that I get to be in contact with every day.  I am thankful for everything that they teach me about living.”

– Rebecca Weber

“I am thankful that I get to be in a helping environment. Thankful that we are here, first and foremost, to help the patient. I am thankful for my co-workers and the feeling of being part of a team focused on the greater good.”

– Kristi Homewood

“I am grateful that I am part of an awesome team that all cares about making a difference in the patient’s life.”

 – Terri Hamilton

“I am thankful for a career path that, I truly believe, has led me to be here at The Ghosh Center. I am thankful for my patients choosing to come here so I can fulfill my purpose of helping others. If I can provide the smallest glimpse of relief, even once on their journey, then I have succeeded in mine. Above all else, I am thankful for my supportive family for believing in me and who are brave enough to hold on for the ride!”

– Becki Tinder

“I am thankful for our patients and their caregivers.  To meet them and be trusted with their care is truly an honor and blessing.  To work with people who share a common purpose for the greater good of our patients is incredible.”

– Mindy Martin

“It’s interesting how some of life’s greatest challenges end up to be the building blocks needed to grow and ready us for opportunities that lie in our future. I’m thankful for the challenges I’ve experienced that have prepared me for my work at The Ghosh Center. I’m thankful for our patients and their families – what a blessing! They teach me and encourage me each day. My co-workers – such sincerely caring people. Dr. Ghosh, Mindy, Dr. Hagin – amazing providers!”

– Leesa Morrison 

“I am thankful for my health, and the fact that I can wake up every morning and help those whose health is compromised. Too many times it is taken for granted, and you don’t realize how blessed you are until you have to face an illness.”

– Laurie Plante

 “I’m thankful to work in a position that constantly allows me to grow and develop new skills, while being surrounded by some amazingly inspirational people.”

– Mike Burgin

“Thankful for all of you. Happy holidays from the Ghosh family to yours!”

– Neel Ghosh

What are you thankful for? We’d love to hear your comments.

2 Comments

  • Jenn Zieser says:
    I am thankful for every single person we come into contact with at The Ghosh Center. I'm thankful that we are seen as people and not a diagnosis. I'm thankful for the relationships we have developed that will go far beyond cancer. I'm also thankful that along with treatment, we have been taught and encouraged to be grateful, hopeful, and peaceful all along this path. What a gift. What a wonderful group of people. Thank you.
  • Eileen Fagle says:
    I hear nothing but praise for Dr. Ghose and his amazing staff. Together you give to the patient the upmost care, treatment and concern ... Years ago, I learned first hand what it was to have a child with cancer .. With each visit we were welcomed and I was always gently reminded that while there, they would take good care of my son and I could relax , take a breath, read a paper , go outside .... I felt like the both of us were wrapped in a soft blanket of love. To this day , while writing this, I can feel the " passing of the torch " while I was there .. Knowing that every moment we were treated with genuine concern , kindness , with the best option for treatment. We always felt stronger when we left .. I am so Thankful for Dr. GHOSH And his outstanding team ... Everyday , I honor them with a prayer of Thanks . I try to use our experience by paying it forward ... I feel that is the best way to say "I am Thankful for each of you"

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