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Our family, friends and co-workers feed our souls. We’re thankful for the gifts of health, life and laughter. Our biggest blessing? The privilege of caring for you. When it comes to gratitude, you live in our hearts.
I am thankful for our Ghosh Center team. I am blessed to witness on a daily basis their care and compassion for our patients. I am thankful for our patients and their loved ones who entrust their care to us. I am in awe of their strength, courage and positive attitude as they go through their journey. I am thankful for my family who keep me laughing on a daily basis. Their love for me is unconditional and they keep me grounded in this crazy ride of life.
– Mindy Martin
I am thankful that I am surrounded by a wonderful family and great friends. I am also thankful every day for the opportunity to come to a “job” that I love. The patients and families that we see every day, and have the privilege to care for, are a true blessing in my life.
– Laurie Plante
I am thankful for all my patients, you have taught me more about life and love more than you will ever know.
I’m thankful for my son Calvin, husband Michael and dog Oscar. My family who is so supportive of my career and understand what I face daily and know that it’s not always easy. I’m very thankful for my co-workers who teach me so much every day and also make me laugh every day. They mean more to me than they will ever know. I’m thankful for such wonderful patients (and families) who make doing our “job” so much easier. It never really feels like a “job” because we are having so much fun and they feel like family. I’m thankful to have so many wonderful people in my life that I love so much.
– Rebecca Weber
I am thankful for my health and my family and friends.
– Terri Hamilton
Every day I am thankful for the opportunity to see the world and embrace the adventures that life presents. I’m thankful for the art I am able to appreciate, and contribute to, and to all of those who dare to express it. I take pride in appreciating all creatures, great and small, and of course all of the people I come in contact with. We all have a purpose on this beautiful earth, and I cherish the journey towards finding that purpose and am especially thankful to have my beautiful wife Jessica, and remarkable children, with me along the way.
– Michael Burgin
I am most thankful for faith, health and my two families…work and home! Also, the people that entrust us with their care, and everything I learn from them.
– LaNette Faaborg
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