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May 26, 1995 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-26

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The emergency team
went above and
beyond the call of duty"


y daughter, Alexis, has been asthmatic since she
was three. So unfortunately we've been to several
hospitals over the years.
One night, Alexis had an attack at ten o'clock. We needed
to go to the hospital and decided to go to Botsford. The
experience was good right from the start.
It began with someone opening the door for us at the new
emergency department. Then we went to a room where
Alexis was immediately triaged and cared for. I was really
impressed with the quality of care. The Emergency
Specialists were very adept in pediatrics.
Even though an asthma attack can be very scary,
there was never any stress. Alexis was always
treated like a person first — never like a number.
I felt the people at Botsford really cared about
patients and the community. When we were
leaving, the nurse in triage came back in to say
good-bye and said, "Hope you feel better Alexis:'


01995 Botsford General Hospital

Reaching out to the people of our community

28050 Grand River Avenue Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5933

To find out more about Botsford's Emergency and Urgent Care Services,
call (810) 442-7986.





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