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You know, I think you can only recommend something you believe, and uh
obviously I believe in Saint Anthony's.
I believe in the physicians. I believe
in you know the whole staff.
You know we're not huge. But we're huge as far as how we care, compared to a big facility.
We have the same equipment.
We have the same chemo.
But I think as we have big hearts and I think that is that really makes us
You know that we like to make the people that come through the doors, patients and family, feel like
Every day we want to make sure we are meeting your needs.
We provide all the services there in our departments. You know we don't make you go
ten places to get them.
So we try to encompass everything. So everybody has a special role that they play.
We want to make a difference in someone's life.
You know for today, tomorrow and for five years down the road. You want to help make
It's all really about the patients. So you want to make sure the patients are getting the best care.
Doctors are available to see them. That you can start treatment right away.
When you're diagnosed with cancer, it's a
life-changing ordeal so you want to get things moving quickly and
make sure that patients
comfortable with what their plan of care is.
I think the patient play a very important role.
They are the ones getting the chemotherapy drugs. They are the ones who are getting all the side effects. So they have to
know what to anticipate upfront.
Make sure that they have a good understanding of what the treatment we are planning
to give them. What our goals are in treatment. Whether it's for palliative care
or to try to cure them of their cancer.
You can't force anybody to
to do something they don't want to. Especially with chemotherapy or surgery or
The patient has autonomy and that is very important that they
I think really it is,
there is something different here.
And we've heard it from multiple patients, that they would never go anywhere else.
People that have cancer
want to go to a place
that they are going to be taken care of as a whole person not just as cancer.
And that's where the team comes in.
That everyone has a piece of that puzzle that is so important in giving that information.
I love the people I work with. It is it is a smaller department, so it feels like
family and it's kind of exciting to me because we're in a period of
growth and so
I think people
do get a different experience because of all those little things that
a bunch of people do.
You know on a routine basis.
when you do something everyday consistently it becomes excellent.
And I think that's what we provide.
In the end, I became a sister to bring His merciful love to people. And so
if someone can experience that from me, that's