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The love poured out to me was so beautiful; I'm so blessed

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To the editor,

Thursday morning, March 22, I waked into Lakes Region General Hospital emergency room. I was having a great deal of trouble breathing. From the moment I walked through those doors until I came home five days later, I encountered angels and many of them. I have been in hospitals in Boston — Beth Israel and Mass General —  and the loving care I got here in Laconia was absolutely incredible.

From the emergency rooms quick and positive treatment. I ...

To the editor,

Thursday morning, March 22, I waked into Lakes Region General Hospital emergency room. I was having a great deal of trouble breathing. From the moment I walked through those doors until I came home five days later, I encountered angels and many of them. I have been in hospitals in Boston — Beth Israel and Mass General —  and the loving care I got here in Laconia was absolutely incredible.

From the emergency rooms quick and positive treatment. I was was then transferred to Room 204 where I would stay for the next five days. My angels were nurses Vencient, Gail, Sharon, Melissa, and Amanda. Wonderful aides Ruth, Liz, Jane and Ana I had not been well for a long time and they left no stone unturned. Dr. Rush and Dr. Eliza Derry finally pinpointed my problem and from there on out I was one the way to being well again. Everyone from respiratory care and x-rays were so kind and caring. When you have five days of being in a hospital you have a lot of time to think about how fortunate you are to be in such good hands. You're all truly angels to me.

For my "Church Family" from St. Charles Barromes in Meredith, Father Dennisaudet, Helen, Sandy, Pat, Connie, Bob, Don and all who prayed for me, I don't know what I'd do without you. Cathy Waldon's visit and wonderful time spent with her. Most of all I'm so very fortunate to have my wonderful family. My husband of 58 years, my six children who are the best and Kathy C. and Maegan.

Truly, the love poured out to me is so beautiful, I'm truly a blessed lady. LRGH is tops in my book. Thanks to all of you. God Bless You.

Mary Taylor

Meredith