Compassion provided at CPH noticed, appreciated

Recently, a very close friend passed away after an extended illness. He was a patient at Central Peninsula Hospital. I want to recognize the truly compassionate care of the nurses, CNAs and housekeeping staff that was provided to my friend. He was so well cared for and treated with such dignity, compassion and respect that it can not escape notice or comment. My sincere thanks and appreciation for the very difficult situations that you do so well.

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