The staff and doctors at Taylor Station are truly remarkable. Dr. Green has delivered all three of my children and I couldnt ask for a more caring doctor.
I just wanted to tell you what a wonderful person the mammo tech is. I had a breast cancer scare a year ago and have had two mammos since. Each time I went in, she was very reassuring and supportive – answering any and all questions. I was quite scared during my exams but she put me at ease making the experience a little more bearable. She is a wonderful professional and I hope she never leaves.
I wanted to give you a sincere thank you for your services. I work in customer service and it is so great to find others that have a positive attitude in the service industry. I appreciate you returning my calls and always following up with me as you promised. Thank you again.
Dear Doctor: I wanted to thank you so much for being so patient, allowing me to pay my balance in payments. After I was laid off in 2006, it’s been hard playing catch up. I finally was able to get my balance paid though. As of September 22, 2010 I am laid off again, so I definitely will be back to see you, I am just waiting to see if I get hired so I have insurance. I really appreciate your compassion and kindness you showed while I’ve worked through this difficult time.
Thank you for helping me with getting my prescription sorted out with Medco and CVS. I apologize for the hassle you had to deal with because of my new policy.
I appreciate your time in getting everything figured out for me.
Dear Dr. Blose:
“Thank you” for your years of service to others. “Thank you” also for everything you have done for me. You gave me life.
I hate to see you retire, but I understand. I always had confidence in you. Tell Cindi she will be missed and I always looked forward to seeing her. I hope you both will enjoy your retirement. “Thank you” again and I’m so glad you were my surgeon and doctor.
“Thanks” to you, Edwin and I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary August 13th. I am a very lucky 79 year old!