Give Gratitude, Grateful Patient Program

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If you have been a patient at Sarasota Memorial, perhaps you can look back to when the care you received exceeded your expectations. Maybe it was kind words from a doctor or nurse, the patience of a technologist who took the time to explain a procedure, or a volunteer, housekeeper or food service staff who went the extra mile to ensure you or a loved one felt cared for. If so, you are not alone. The Give Gratitude, Grateful Patient Program gives patients and their families the opportunity to make a donation, share a memorable experience and show gratitude in a meaningful way.

Whether you choose to honor your doctor, nurse or an entire department, acknowledging them for the extraordinary care they have provided to you is a meaningful opportunity to say “thank you”. When you make a gift, the SMH caregiver or department you or honoring will receive a certificate of appreciation by the Healthcare Foundation along with your personalized note, if you choose to include one. You can honor your caregiver and Give Gratitude by visiting or by contacting the Healthcare Foundation at (941)917-1286.

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