We strongly believe there is never a bad moment to give thanks.
It’s easy to look at the year 2020 and only see the tremendous challenges we faced as a community and nation. But this Thanksgiving, in this Season of Thanks, it is more important than ever to look for those opportunities to be grateful.
First and foremost, we are grateful for the health and safety of our patients and staff.
Secondly, we are grateful for the level of support from patients and their loved ones. We understand that changes to our policies and procedures were an unfamiliar and sometimes challenging situation for most, but you have handled it with care and understanding.
Finally, we are grateful for our team and the resiliency with which they have faced the extraordinary challenges of the year. We know it has not been easy, but the dedication and perseverance they have shown in the face of these circumstances continue to inspire. They were and continue to be our family on the front line, sacrificing so much to keep our patients safe. Their professionalism is a credit to our community. We will never be able to thank them enough.
At whatever point in the future we may be able to look back at COVID-19 as simply a challenge of the past, we are optimistic that these are the things we will remember most about the year 2020 — not the challenges that presented themselves, but the blessings that helped us endure.
Thank you for being a part of the Memorial Katy Cardiology Associates family.