Spring View Hospital’s staff show genuine care and concern

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Kathy and I are married 50 years and on April 12 heading to McKinney, Texas to see two little grandsons. Oh, and of course our son and daughter-in-law. Kathy had a bit of an attack Friday before, but as we drove on the Bluegrass Parkway her pain became unbearable. I got off onto 555 and headed to Springfield like a maniac. Stopped there and a nice gentleman came out of a store and directed us to Lebanon. From the first moment in the door at Spring View Hospital, to our departure, the employees were so nice, helpful and concerned. From the young woman at registration to the emergency room nurse, technicians and Dr. Pund, everyone helped Kathy and genuinely showed concern and care. They checked her out and gave her pain meds a little at a time. She felt more comfortable. Kidney stones are very painful. I kind of gathered that when Kathy told me she would rather give birth to our three sons again than go through this. Well, guess she passed it in Texas. Been good since.
I would like to recognize the staff at Spring View Hospital. Wish we could have stayed longer, especially since your town is home to Maker’s Mark. Delicious!
Oh, special shout out to the Kentucky State Trooper on 68 outside of Lexington on April 26. The one in the plain wrapper I went to pass, but he kept up with me. Put his window down and waved to me. Boy, was I surprised. Another good guy from Kentucky.
John and Kathleen Scheu
Levittown, New York