When you are able to relax people, you improve their capacity to heal faster.
Dr. Parr is a great mentor and inspiration to me. He was the quarterback of our heart team when he launched the program in 1988 and, 27 years later, he continues to play a pivotal role.
She told us we were in her prayers every day. It gave us hope when we were terrified.
My hope is that other people who experience what Ruth and I did will be helped by this program.
There is a long understanding of how certain toys can benefit particular needs such as building dexterity or spatial awareness.
It was important for my father to give people a helping hand when they felt their world caving in around them
My colleagues immediately knew it was a serious problem when I stopped talking in the middle of a presentation and laid my head down on the conference room desk.
I personally and professionally benefitted from this institution and thought it was the right thing to do.
Creating a medical home through the sharing of expertise and services for children who suffer with complex issues is what this hospital does best. These centers of excellence that Goryeb has built for children are, no doubt, the best in New Jersey.
My experience with cancer totally changed me as a person and a father. I want to give back by becoming an advocate for others going through what I did.
I like to know there’s a first-rate medical facility available if they need it.
I couldn’t help but form a lasting impression of the nurses and doctors and their many acts of kindness during what was a very difficult time.
The family is impacted in ways that aren’t apparent on the surface. It is of highest priority for our organization to bring this kind of much-needed support, which is often overlooked.
I love being able to see the money go full circle and benefit our patients.
We rode up the elevator and quietly entered the unit, and much to my surprise we were greeted by a group of smiling and welcoming nurses who gathered to make us comfortable. I can't tell you how good that made me feel.
Last week l found myself in the [Overlook] emergency department, my 11-month old son lying motionless between my legs and struggling to breathe as nurses and doctors flooded the room to stabilize him, start lV lines and suction him. Honestly, it is hard for me to write this without crying...
This grant meant the world to us, It made my family feel like, even though we have to go through tough times right now, we’ll be OK.
They held my hand, wiped my tears and told both my husband and me that we were in great hands and that I was going to be OK
I was finishing my shift on the ice and came back to the bench not feeling so well. The next thing I know I’m on my back with a stunned group of guys standing around me.
It is an amazing place. The ambience is very relaxing and much different than going to a doctor’s office.
I had assembled a world-class Garden State medical and IM team all under one roof at the Simon Cancer Center. They saved my life. And they all hugged me to boot!
He told me my name was familiar to him, because he had recently been discussing my case. I was absolutely taken aback.
We focus on the small things that make life joyful.
When the doctors and nurses at the clinic heard the news they rushed out into the waiting room and hugged me and twirled me around.
Tara can single-handedly be credited for getting us on the right path. She understood the value of getting the right intervention as quickly as possible.
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