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Good doctors understand responsibility better than privilege and practice accountability better than business. Thanks for being one such doc.
Many of your patients have recommended you as a good doctor. But I am going one step further to also to recommend you as a great human being. Thanks.
More than a good doctor, I value the fact that you were a good listener. More than being just professionals, I value the fact that your staff’s attitude was exceptional.
The very thought of hospitalization is scary and traumatizing. But caring doctors like you make it friendly and pleasing. Thanks for your effective analysis and diagnosis. Else, I would never have been able to continue living a life of bliss.
Real doctors spend time to look beyond the medical reports and understand the suffering and pain that patients are going through. Thanks for being one.
It is widely recognized by health care professionals, clergy, lawyers and others that DNR orders are medically and ethically appropriate under certain circumstances. For some patients, CPR offers more burden than benefits, and may be against the patient’s wishes.It is widely recognized by health care professionals, clergy, lawyers and others that DNR orders are medically and ethically appropriate under certain circumstances. For some patients, CPR offers more burdens than benefits, and may be against the patient’s wishes.
End-of-life decision-making for incompetent patients presents
greater difficulties. If patients have clearly expressed their wishes in
advance, for example in an advance directive, the decision will be
easier, although such directives are often very vague and need to be
interpreted with respect to the patient’s actual condition. If patients
have not adequately expressed their wishes, the appropriate
substitute decision-maker must use another criterion for treatment
decisions, namely, the best interests of the patient.
The added risk of misunderstanding or overriding the patient’s wishes, there is currently less support for euthanasia than for physician-assisted suicide. Nonetheless, both requests do occur and physicians need to know how to respond to either type of request.
I will be able to thank you for your medical services by paying my dues but I will never be able to thank you enough for all the support and advice you gave me as friend.
A patient’s testimonial is less of a recognition of a doctor’s professional expertise, and more of a recommendation of a doctor’s ability to listen, care and heal. I can vouch for the fact that your abilities are unmatched. Thanks doctor.