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Critical Care Staff Recognized
Thursday, 22 May 2014

May 22--  The Director of Critical Care at Meadows Regional Medical Center in Vidalia made a special effort this week to recognize the professionals who run the intensive care and progressive care units at the hospital.

Renae Braddy reports National Critical Care Awareness Month is a good time to say thanks for a job well done.

"I am very proud of my staff.  They work very hard and this hospital couldn't exist without them.  We work at a high stress level and it takes a special person to do this job," she said.

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One of the critical care nurses, Angel Goss, says her job is very rewarding.

"You know everyday can be a different challenge and some are harder than others.  It can be very rewarding and fulfilling to see people go home and lead their lives to the fullest when they weren't doing that when they came in," she said.

Goss says she and other staff members appreciate the recognition, but more importantly, the support they get to do their jobs.

"When you're feeling support at the top and among your co-workers, that's what gets you through the day when you're here," she noted.

 
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