Kudos to KBRH staff

"...take considerable comfort in knowing that you are in kind and very capable hands at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital."

It matters not who we are or what we are, but only that we are. Nothing is more apparent in bearing that out than the work done by a hospital nursing staff.

True also are the words of the immortal song classic, “People who need people, are the luckiest people in the world.”

Or putting it another way and using a sports analogy to do so, they are like a grounds crew.

And so goes this life line… the expertise of a medical team would then take over… it’s a hand in glove situation where everybody plays a vital part in the healing process gradually unfolding.

If anybody has to check this out, take considerable comfort in knowing that you are in kind and very capable hands at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

John and Rachele Kratky,Trail

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