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By: Krystal B.
Saint Anne's Hospital
I recently had to go to the St. Annes that required me to be admitted. After family and close friends having bad experiences in other local hospitals, I lost my faith in doctors and nurses. Well that faith has been restored. I was admitted for a few days and I was in the new wing, St. Mary's pavilion. My nurses and doctors were the best, I could not thank them all enough. Whenever I had to ask for my nurses, they were right there. They new I was very scared and missing home, and they went out of their way to comfort me and be there for me. If anyone needs medical care, go to St annes, even if you have to drive a few extra miles, trust me it's worth it for the level of care you receive. Again, thank you to all my nurses, you all rock and you all couldn't do better because you all are already the best. Thank you for helping me in many ways and thank you for making me comfortable, and most of all, thank you for helping me get better.
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