It’s #1,000 in a long line of posts we’ve shared with you over the last year and a half since we launched this blog.
We’ve enjoyed writing about new innovations and breakthroughs that Barnes-Jewish Hospital has been a part of, such as the Kling Center for Proton Therapy, the transcatheter aortic valve implantation, and the new stroke robot, Maestro.
We’ve also been able to bring to you many patient stories, such as the humor of brain tumor patient George Malich, our first heart/kidney transplant patient Jonathan Sadowski, and heart transplant patient Megan Moss.
But the most amazing thing about what this blog has afforded Barnes-Jewish Hospital, it’s team members, patients and community is a voice. We’ve been granted a unique way to communicate with you, and you’ve been great about sounding off to us. These are conversations we enjoy, and frankly, can’t get enough of.
So as we move forward into our next 1,000 posts, we’d like to say thanks for being a part of this conversation. Thanks for telling us what you think. And thanks, in advance, for continuing to provide us with feedback that will help us give you the information you’re looking for.
We’re listening. And we can’t wait to hear from you.
Kathy, Jason & Co.