Patient Testimonial

Ken Smith

04/04/17

Jim Grocholski, Chief Executive Officer
Wesley Rehabilitation Hospital
8338 West 13th Street North
Wichita, KS 67212

Dear Mr. Grocholski,

I want to express my sincere and heart-felt appreciation to Everyone at Wesley Rehabilitation Hospital for the incredible care I received while in your facility.
I fell 30’ from a self-supporting radio tower onto a flat wooden roof on March 15th of this year. I received surgery and hospital care at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita prior to being transferred to your rehab hospital.
Without exception, every single person who had any part whatsoever in my care was incredibly kind, patient and professional. You have an amazing group of people working there!
The nurses and therapists were exceptional and each do their job with a sincere passion. It’s not easy working with some of the patients nor many of the situations they face but I never heard a single impatient word or complaint, not one.
The food was absolutely delicious! And every part of your facility is kept spotlessly clean.
I do hope you can find a way to convey my thanks to each and every individual who works at Wesley Rehab. I include the lady who sweeps and mops the dining room floors early in the morning before any one else is in there (except me!).
I also include all the folks in the kitchen and laundry, even those who wash the dishes and trays and the linens. Every single person plays a part in the care of every single patient. I’m sure many of them never hear a “Thank you!” from your patients but I sure hope they all hear mine.
Each and every one of you contributed to the amazing experience I had during my brief stay with you. You made a difference in my life! And I thank YOU!

Sincerely,

Randy Smith (Kenneth R Smith)

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