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Dear Edi­tor;

I am not sure how many peo­ple re­al­ize how for­tu­nate we are to live in a small town with a “small town hospi­tal.”

As a re­cent pa­tient, I re­ceived noth­ing but the best treat­ment from sen­si­tive, pro­fes­sional and com­pas­sion­ate med­i­cal staff.

From the minute I went into the E.R. to the end of my stay as a pa­tient, I was made com­fort­able and at­tended to in ev­ery way pos­si­ble. Noth­ing was over­looked in test­ing and treat­ments. Noth­ing was over­looked in my daily care.

Ev­ery­thing was sim­ply top­notch, in­clud­ing amaz­ing meals - fresh sal­ads and soups each day, hot foods were hot, cold food was cold, very nu­tri­tious, tasty and in­ter­est­ing va­ri­eties with am­ple por­tions. (I never imag­ined hav­ing hot beef on a whole wheat bun with gravy as a hospi­tal meal! And this was served with green beans, coleslaw and soup, along with a fruit dessert.)

I have a high re­gard and great re­spect for all our hard­work­ing med­i­cal staff here in Drumheller. It is com­fort­ing to know you are a name, not sim­ply a num­ber.

Re­gards, Lori Ste­fan­ish­ion

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