Cannot wait to see this film. Congratulations Cynthia (CJ) and all of the caring staff at Highland. I’ve been there while my brother was very ill and CJ always checked on him for me and made him feel comfortable.
His doctors etc were wonderful; I’ll never forget the loving caring that he received.
DEAR FILMAKERS, THIS DOCUMENTARY WAS ONE OF THE BEST I EVER VIEWED. IT DID SHOW THE VULNERABILITY OF ALL US AS HUMANS, WE ALL ARE CONNECTED WHEN IT COMES DOWN TO THE ILLNESS AND DEATH, AND THEN BECOMING WELL AGAIN. THANK YOU FOR THIS MOST WONDERFUL DOCUMENT TO REMIND US THAT THEIR ARE PEOPLE OUT THERE TRYING THIER BEST TO HELP OTHERS , AND ALL OF US WILL NEED THEIR HELP AT ONE TIME OR OTHER, RESPECTIVALY, HELAYNE CAMELLA
I was so moved by this project. I have been implementing clinical systems in hospitals for years and have always admired the nurses, providers and allied health professionals with whom I have come in contact.
CJ is absolutely a remarkable person. After years of seeing nurses interact with patients, I strongly believe nurses are born, not nutured.
While it is clear ACMC has a tremendous healthcare staff, they should be thankful they have someone like CJ to be at their front door (the ED) handling patients with such grace and compassion.
We welcome your comments, and hope to host meaningful discussions about the Alameda County Medical Center and the community it serves. Please follow these guidelines:
Comments will never be edited, but we do reserve the right to remove posts that do not follow these guidelines. Your email is never shared.
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
The Waiting Room is a project of Open'hood
All content ©2009-2020 Open'hood