By the title, you can see that this it a thank you post.
There are many people I would like to thank for their care of me while I was in the hospitals. Unfortunately, even though I asked them their names, I have for gotten most of their names.
On February 15, 2021 I went into the UTMB Hospital in Angleton, Texas because of Covid19. It was not long before I was told I was going to be transported to UTMB Clear Lake. An ambulance took me there not long after I entered the hospital in Angleton. My first few days were fuzzy at best memory-wise.
What I do know is that I was taken care of in a caring and professional way when I was there. It was a long stay, but I eventually progressed and got well. The staff, the nurses and the doctors there were all great.
Yes, I said I got well there at UTMB Clear Lake. I was released with a clean bill of health. No need to be on oxygen. No real restrictions.
After 1 day at home, I became very ill. On March 12, 2021, I entered UTMB in Angleton. There was good news this time. I did not have to be transferred. The problem is the fact that I developed blood clots in my lungs. Breathing became a chore, and I was on oxygen 24/7. The staff here was also very caring and professional. I could not have asked for better care. I was released on March 15,
I developed a leg infection (also from a blood clot) and had to return to the hospital for treatment. Fortunately, it was for treatment and release.
The history recap was for reference only.
I wish to express my gratitude, my genuine thanks to all who cared for me at both UTMB facilities. I can tell that they are professional and really put in their best to take care of their patients. I wish I could thank them all by name, but my memory is not good enough, even though I believe I asked each one for their name.
Thank you, thank you, thank you. (I do not care if I sound like Gomer Pyle here)