Honor a caregiver who provided you with EXCEPTIONAL care!
I have a history with Dr. Walsh and his PA, Sondra, dating back to 2013. In my 80 years, I have been treated by untold doctors. None displayed the deep concern not only for the patient, but the staff. He is an exceptional human being.
Dr. Manning, thank you for your kindness and continuing excellent care!
Shequitta is an equally important resource to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center. She is dedicated to the Aquatic Therapy program and displays superior performance that is associated with patient relations. Additionally, Shequitta is a very educated and caring staff member who exemplifies high standards and professional performance.
Jackie was so kind and considerate. The first thing she asked me was: "Have you had a cup of coffee yet?" When I said no, within minutes she brought me a cup of coffee with cream and sugar. Wow!
I would like to share my pleasure with the care I received during my recent ER visit. Amy exhibited the perfect balance of competence and care. I felt respected and comforted as did my whole family while waiting for a room. Her ability to multi task and get the job done could not have been better and I want to thank her wholeheartedly!
I cannot say enough about Rae and the staff of Cape Fear Valley Health Cardiac Rehab! They work hard to ensure lasting recovery for all their cardiac Patients! I was honored to make a donation in their honor!
I was admitted to Interventional Radiology for a liver biopsy. I wanted to share my deep gratitude for the exceptional care that I received from Dr. Poghosyan, Barbara, Tiffani, Elaine and Kristen!
Maria in EVS brought me a newspaper and was very pleasant while she completed her task at hand. She is a prime example of what an excellent employee is supposed to be!
My husband was a patient on 3VPS. Faith and Brittany are to be commended for their patience, consideration and caregiving to him. They were professional, exceptional in their skills and, most of all, showed compassion, kindness and Christian love for someone who couldn't do for himself.