At Logansport Memorial Hospital, Your Health is Our Passion... and so is your care experience. Our goal is to provide the highest level of quality care to our patients -- patients like Patrick. After coming in for a routine procedure, Patrick learned he was in persistent A-fib. This is his story...
"It was determined that I was in persistent A-fib, and I was sent to the ER. I was there for about six hours and had a very nice nurse tend to me. Dr. Smith-Calliouet came and talked to me and made me feel good about the ER staff and their capabilities. We talked, and she said that she wanted me to live a long, healthy life and I could tell that she meant it.
I ended up going to the ICU for about 24 hours. The night nurse, Cheryl, took very good care of me and told me I was too easy -- she wanted to do more for me. Even though I couldn't sleep that night, I knew I was in good hands. The next morning, my nurse, Kourtney, came in with a cheerful attitude and lifted my spirits immediately. We had a very good conversation about my lab work and she told me that I would probably be released that afternoon. I told her about an important event that I had planned for the weekend, and she checked with Dr. Smith-Calliouet to see if it would be alright that I go. She said yes, which was extremely important to myself and my mother. She was very thorough while going over everything prior to my release.
I would like all three of these women to be recognized for the extra special care they gave me. They made all the difference in my experience at Logansport Memorial Hospital."
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