Remarkable Blend of Wisdom, Extraordinary Skill and Expertise
- Posted on: Nov 27 2020
I am writing in regards to the treatment that I received. from Dr Sasson. on the aforementioned dates. I have been working in the healthcare field since 2010, first as an RN and now as a psychiatric NP. Before ‘meeting Dr Sasson I had never encountered a physician for whom the term “humanitarian” springs immediately to mind. In Dr Sasson there is a remarkable blend of wisdom, extraordinary skill and expertise and unparalleled professionalism that are guided primarily by his sincere and most genuine enthusiasm for the deliverance of high quality and compassionate care to achieve the best possible treatment outcome. He is a gentleman of the highest caliber with inspirational character. His bedside manner is exemplary. He coordinated, with his colleagues including Dr Nessim to ensure the surgery was done and the admission concluded in a timely manner and if I had any questions after hours he was available. His aftercare was well organized and his staff were most courteous. Dr Sasson is art absolutely vital member of the heath care community and the St Francis team and one of the few individuals One rarely encounters in life whose company, as brief as it may be, opens the eye to the essence of good character at work and inspireg the heart to surmount the challenges at hand and future ones without hesitancy. I am profoundly grateful to St Francis Hospital for having introduced me to Dr Sasson for treatment and I have nothing but the best of wishes for him, his family and his staff for the future. Additionally the staff at St Francis during my treatment were exemplary: Helen and Nicole in the ER, however I cannot remember the name of the night RN who had put the IV in (it lasted the entire admission – thank you so inticli); Brittany, Taylor and Evelyn and assistant nurse manager on the Medical Unit I was on (Rm I believe); Carolyn and nurse anesthesist in pre-OR. and Kelly in the PACU. My apologies that I cannot remember everyone’s name at the hospital.