Jeremy James and Family
I would like to thank each and every one of the nurses, aides, and caretakers who have helped my Nana throughout these past few years.
I think the efforts that you all put in everyday sometimes do not get enough recognition. The hard work you do really does make a big difference in other’s lives. The selflessness you show is remarkable.
It takes special people to do what you all do on a daily basis. The care and compassion that you’ve shown to Betty was above and beyond as far as I’m concerned. I’m forever grateful that my Nana was very happy, comfortable, and treated so kindly while she was under your care. It’s because of you all that her days were much easier. She constantly said how she loved and adored many of you and I believe she truly did.
I just wanted you to know that when I visited with mom and dad yesterday afternoon, they were absolutely beaning and couldn’t stop talking about how wonderful the sweetheart luncheon was. My dad was almost crying as he told me how beautiful the room was. And they couldn’t get over how much food there was. Dad said it was the biggest shrimp he ever saw!
My family and I continue to be so pleased with the care that Mom and Dad have been getting. Everyone on the staff has been so attentive and so helpful. Holly and David, their nurses, and Donna in Activities, have especially gone out of their way to try to help my parents stay happy.
I knew the day I first visited that St. Camillus was where I wanted my parents to be, and I am very happy that they are there.
Thanks to you and your staff for creating such a wonderful environment for the residents. All the special touches like the sweetheart luncheon and birthday dinners don’t go unnoticed.
Thanks for everything,
My Brother and I have shed many tears over the last few months… but the last few days the tears have finally been tears of joy. Mom actually seems happy. I called this morning to wish Mom a happy birthday, and she was tickled pink that she had a balloon delivered with her breakfast. I continue to be amazed at the compassion and care that St. Camillus offers to my parents each and every day.
Melissa Nydam ( and Family)
My Mom entered St. Camillus in July of 2014; a lot had happened in the previous year. My Dad fell ill in July of 2013, and passed away in May of 2014. Two short months later, Mom became ill and entered St. Camillus for rehab. We, as her children, were so impressed with the facility and care she received we all unanimously knew this was where she needed to be. Two years later, we are so thankful for St. Camillus. The care and love shown to Mom has been such a blessing for her, and for us. She is so happy here, always says she loves it!
The nurses and C.N.A.’s are so loving towards her, the therapists keep her limber, and she participates in many of the great activities offered each day. It is such a blessing to know that each day she is cared for and happy. We are so extremely thankful for St. Camillus!
I want to take a moment to express my utmost thanks for the exceptional care that my dear late Aunt received each and every day over the past 5 years by the entire staff at St. Camillus Health Center. Simply stated, mere words can not properly convey my true sentiments. My aunt was cared for by your staff as if she was a member of their own families. I especially want to recognize her very special nurses who she trusted and loved very much; Joel, Terri and Shirley; each in their own special way always went above and beyond.
I personally want to thank you for the exemplary care that my mother received while in your care! Having such a fine facility in our midst in Whitinsville is a most wonderful asset to our senior community and their families who can feel confident, as I do, that our loving parents are in the finest of care at St. Camillus! It was purely a pleasure for both my mother, myself, and my daughter to see daily that she was well cared for. Thank you for everything.
Bonnie Wunschel, Sharon Hoekstra and Family
“My family and I would like to thank all of you for the kind and compassionate care that was given to our dad, Walter. This was a difficult time of adjustment for our dad, and us. Every day that he was there we know he was given wonderful care. We were blessed to be surronded by people as kind and caring as all of you.”
St. Camillus has paired with Music & Memory, helping to bring personalized music to the elderly & infirm.