Thanks to KEMH’s dedicated life-savers
Please allow me some space to express my heartfelt thanks to the dedicated healthcare professionals at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.
In early December, I had a medical emergency that necessitated a 911 call. The ambulance arrived at our home within minutes of the call being placed. The EMT crew were very professional and reassuring in their assessment of my situation.
Upon arrival at KEMH, other professionals took over and were able to stabilise me. So, to Darius, Joannakaye, Clint, Janet and Roberta — my apologies to those whose names I can’t recall — thank you for all of your assistance.
Bermuda is so fortunate to have professionals like you and your colleagues only a phone call way.
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