Caring treatment makes hospital stay tolerable

My hubby, Thomas (Jim) Schneider, recently spent 10 days in Central Peninsula Hospital. The four young men who responded to my 911 call were here lickity split and I was so grateful to hand Jim off to their capable hands! Jim progressed from the ER to ICU to a regular room, all the while receiving excellent care from a great team of doctors, nursing staff, housekeeping and meal preparers — the meals were delicious! Because of the reason he was there it was a very scary, stressful time for me but I knew he was in good hands. We are very fortunate to have such a wonderful facility staffed with such a professional, caring and capable staff! Jim and I both want to thank all the people whose care, kindness and sharing a few laughs made his stay tolerable.

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