Dear LifeBridge Health Family:
As we celebrate Thanksgiving, there is no shortage of things for which to be thankful. At home, we may take an extra moment to be thankful for our families, friends and loved ones.
At work, we are thankful for our colleagues and friends. Personally, I'm thankful for each of you. Day in and day out, you do a great job and continue to make a difference in the lives of our patients and their families. I owe a special thanks to those of you who give up your time with family and friends on Thanksgiving so you can heal and give hope to those in need who must spend their holiday in one of our facilities.
At this time of year, I think we also owe a special measure of thanks to the men and women of our armed forces, many of whom are defending the cause of freedom far from home.
Whether you have planned a grand feast surrounded by friends and family, an intimate candlelight dinner for two, or a simple frozen dinner or takeout... it's not really about the food, but rather those we share it with that counts. For most of us, and to me, this is the true value and meaning of Thanksgiving.
Thank you again for all that you do on behalf of our patients and their families. We appreciate your continued support and wish you and your families and friends a warm and happy Thanksgiving.
— Written by Neil Meltzer, president and CEO of LifeBridge Health
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