Archive of Stories
Below are past stories featured by the Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation about grateful patients and doctors.
Where Giving Back Begins at Home
Dr. Bresler has spent all his adult life at Mills-Peninsula – both as a doctor and as a patient. As a doctor, he knows he has the most technologically advanced equipment to help save patients’ lives. As a patient, he knows he is in the best of hands. Watch him talk about the reason Mills-Peninsula is home and the importance of grateful patient contributions.
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"Angels" Lend Support, Encouragement to New Mother
"The Guardian Angel seems like a great program," said Kari Loeser, a Mills-Peninsula patient who was able to recognize the outstanding service of the nurses on her team while making a charitable gift to the hospital.
Early Mammography Saves Lives
"I feel grateful that I’m alive, but it’s more than that," says Marisa Wachhorst, a breast cancer survivor. "I don't want to just survive, I want to make a difference."
Lifesaving Science gets Runner’s Heart Back on Track
"Knowing I have my defibrillator, my ICD, taking care of my heart 24/7, gives me the peace of mind to know I will be able to see my kids grow up," says Kish, who is grateful for a round-the-clock emergency medical team.
Modern Birthing Experience
"The nurses have both the expertise and the positive outlook that make a real difference," says Dr. Andrew Jurow, an OB-GYN physician who has seen impressive advances in modern science and medicine in the last decade.
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