Appreciate the parts
How do you sufficiently thank people who do such an extraordinary job and have such an impact on your life that it just seems a sincere, "Thank you," can never be enough?
With four joint replacement parts installed in my body, I now feel I have to acknowledge those who are responsible for my physical well being. The truly outstanding, caring, and dedicated physicians and staff at Benton Franklin Orthopedic lead the way.
My two surgeons, Dr. David Fischer and Dr. Michael Sherfey, are as good as any, anywhere. Of course, the staff in the Kennewick General Hospital surgery center is top notch, and really help you get through the mental trauma of surgery.
But the folks who work their hineys off, day after day, in intense and exacting conditions, with little to no recognition, are the folks in the Joint Replacement Center at KGH. Specifically, nurses Jo Beth, Cheryl, Jackie, Courtney, and nursing assistants Melissa, Maria and a host more. I don't know how they do it. I, in a million years, could never do the job they do.
The physical therapy group, housekeepers and all other support folks are excellent. And kind of keeping everything rolling is Nikki. They must all love their jobs, because I know they don't get paid enough. Forever in my prayers, and one more time, thank you,