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In the Words of Our Families
We believe that your thoughts and feedback about your family's experience with Nemours are integral to helping us continue to improve our care. Here are some of the personal testimonials we’ve received from parents like you:
"When anyone asks me about Nemours, I always talk about the hospital and doctor with the utmost respect because without her, my son would probably still be getting steroid injections every time he has an asthma attack."
"Our pulmonologist was very friendly when interacting with my son and was very patient with me, and understanding as I was emotional, since I had just found out my son has cystic fibrosis and was still processing the news."
"Every time my daughter sees her Nemours pulmonologist, he recites her entire medical history. Makes me feel so much at ease that he knows every medication, every hospitalization and familiarizes himself with everything before he walks in. I have never had a physician so prepared and informed as this doctor."
"My doctor is very nice, funny, and helpful when I go to him. He has made me feel much better about my asthma."
"The doctor was very knowledgeable about the inhalers. I learned a lot about the inhalers. All the staff was very nice and professional. My son said they were friendly, and he liked them a lot."
"Absolutely loved the doctor and the training resident with her! They worked well together! I had never seen that type of inclusion before."
"Respiratory therapist did a great job of explaining how to use a mask on my 4-year-old daughter to deliver the inhaler for the first time."