Botsford patients often ask, "How can I best thank those who care for me?" Being part of the Circle of Care shows your appreciation and supports the excellent patient care that benefits you, your family and friends, and the community.
If a member of your health care team made a difference in your life, or in the life of someone you love, please consider writing them a note and making a gift to Botsford Hospital. As part of the Circle of Care program you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you, too, are making a difference.
CIRCLE OF CARE IN ACTION!
Kind and appreciative words, and generous donations, have been received for the compassionate care provided by the following physicians, staff and volunteers:
Loving Care on 3 North
The wife of a patient on 3 North wrote, "My family and I can never thank you enough for the loving care provided...," and not only did she list those she wanted to thank, she sent along a check to help provide for patient care.
Pictured (from left) are Don Clements, Cheryl Stevenson, Michelle Lang, Patty Barman, and Katie Rose who were thanked and presented Circle of Care pins by Foundation Executive Director Margo Gorchow and 3 North Nurse Manager Rhonda Falzon. Not pictured is Cherie Fisher.
Compassionate Care in the Emergency Room and 4 South
The daughter of a patient wrote: "She received wonderful care at Botsford during those last 8 days of her life. We would like to acknowledge those staff members who were especially helpful... We hope that her legacy will live on through recognition of your caring staff."
Critical Care Complex Manager Anne Rottiers was happy to present Circle of Care pins to RN Loren Evola (center) and Dr. Kelly Dinnan (right). Not pictured is Dr. Annette Carron.
Smiling after receiving their Circle of Care pins are (l to r): Nurse Assistant Alyssa Iannello, RN Melissa Wease, RN Clinton Dinnan and RN Karrie Sobiesiak.
Emergency Department Doctor Honored by Grateful Grandpa
On his grandson’s first birthday, Raymond Herrick brought roses to Dr. Angel Chudler -- and a check to The Botsford Foundation. Herrick’s grandson Cameron was saved at Botsford when Dr. Chudler and other staff removed a pacifier that had lodged in his windpipe.
Raymond Herrick with a surprised, and pleased, Dr. Angel Chudler.
Dr. Jon Parmely
Dr. Homer Linard and his Surgical Team
A nurse who wishes to remain anonymous