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16 April 2009
at 8 p.m.
(David Moore) says…
Yes, I read the e-mail, quite interesting.Yes, I typed it with a straight face.I have been scolded for being negative on this forum, so all I could say was something else….and type it with a straight face.
If you are who I think you are, we've known each other loooong enough, you know what I think.
16 April 2009
at 5:09 p.m.
Your right, as well as a joke it was a stab at the “quality” education I recieved here, that is truth not negativity. All I gotta say is “thank goodness for college”. It was said with a lot of love but it was a stab, still, I did not mean for it to be negative. I'll watch my fingers from now on.
And for the record: I am happy you have had pleasant experiences with us, we do try our best and we are here for anyone, 24/7/365. Thanks for keeping me in line, and for the kind words:)
16 April 2009
at 1:01 p.m.
Rainbow:“David, Don't dis the high school! That makes you one of them!”
Good grief, it was a joke. I AM one of them since kindergarden, graduating in 1985.
Am I some sort of exception here…please explain???
15 April 2009
at 5:16 p.m.
“The negative comments about naysayers distracted from the positivity of your message.”
Maybe it's because I graduated from Moffat county High School but I did not see anywhere where I was negative to the “naysayers”.
It is very hard to remain positive when faced with constant negativity and if I get a little negative, my apologies but I should have the same rights as everyone else. If I offended someone, sorry, that is not my intent here and I try to make all comments fit what I am trying to say without being offensive. I delete most of it and only post a small portion of what I want to say. I can't see negativity but I sure don't want to become what I'm fighting, my apologies.
14 April 2009
at 8:59 a.m.
We are so very happy to hear your husband is doing better and recovering at home(Beth Koonce/Stehle sends much love)after his visit with us.
“To those people who bad mouth TMH and the staff, shame on you”
Thank you for those kind words. Considering what you and your family just went through, words like that make us feel much better and the worry can ebb a little, we were VERY worried. Strange to some, but we do have compassion and we do care about the people we see each day. Our goal in surgery is to make you feel like you are part of our family and we will do our best to treat you that way. Again, atypical of a rotten staff.If there is one thing to be learned from the see-saw opinion section when it comes to TMH, or any business for that matter, is that you cannot please everyone. We try our best but no matter what you do or how many rear-ends you kiss, it matters none to some. Our days are brighter when the paper is picked up and a nice letter is in it, we like to hear when we do good for people, we've heard enough of the bad…we know already.
14 April 2009
at 8:23 a.m.
How's that ol' saying go…”Patience is a virtue.”
So long guys, you'll be missed.
13 April 2009
at 7:13 p.m.
Seriously, do you really think people moving in and out of town is newsworthy? Half of that hospital has moved on over the past few years, none of them made it in the paper either. People come, people go, deal with it.Nobody “jumped ship” and to my knowledge nobody was fired either. If they wanted you to know why they left, they would have told you, if it is just killing you to know call them up and ask them yourselves? There are no secrets, just people moving on in their lives, one would think that moving on is a right all of us have and can do it when one pleases without a public announcement.
12 April 2009
at 9:34 p.m.
Great post rockstar.
12 April 2009
at 12:08 p.m.
There are two sides to every story, except here in the CDP reader forum, then it is only one side.
9 April 2009
at 12:31 p.m.
Thank you Dwayne and Donna, I am happy your encounters with us were positive and the outcome was what you expected, we strive for nothing less. One of the things that has been proven time after time is that pre-hospital care, EMS, can and does save lives, I know so because I lived and worked it for 6 years. I applaud our EMS staff for their countless hours of dedication to our community, a team of them is on call 24/7/365. In days of past we were on call and had to respond from home…for any call. That significantly increased response times and endangered the patient from recieving prompt medical attention, sometimes the difference between life and death. Now, they are stationed at the Hospital and are able to respond immediately, the Ambulance is in the bay and ready at any moment. I've watched them bust A to get out there and get going, you don't want to be in their way.
I sleep better at night knowing that such professionals are at my beck and call. Not only the EMS but this whole place, It would be a nervous life wondering what one would do in a crisis without EMS and a hospital.
As someone once said…Demming I think, a bad experience is shared with 11 or 12 people while a good experience is only shared with 2 or three. I'm happy to see those who had positive experiences here writing letters of support, positive will always prevail over negative. Keep them coming….
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