Even at a time when the only thing certain is uncertainty, there is always, always, something to be thankful for. I am thankful that as the Executive Director of the Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic, I get to spend each and every day in the company of heroes.
I am thankful for our doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, dental team, pharmacy team and administrative staff, risking exposure to this virus so they can take care of others.
I am thankful for our patients, who place their trust and confidence in us to meet their healthcare and medication needs. I am thankful for our healthcare partners—Riverside Walter Reed Hospital, and myriad physicians in the community who provide the diagnostics, surgery and care that cannot be provided within our walls.
I am thankful for our many volunteers—board, clinical and administrative—who give unselfishly of their time, talents and treasure because they care so deeply that this clinic, now in its 22nd year, continue to serve those in need fo...
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