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LETTERS


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Water Taxi Accident

We want to thank you for your article (“Lessons from Corrine,” May). I hope our tragedy has helped others understand how important they are in the healing process. We will never forget the gentle and genuine caring we received at Hopkins.

Denny Schillings
Homewood, Ill.

 

Riding Therapy

Pat Grimes (“Time Off,” May) was one of the nurses that trained me when I started working in the NCCU at Hopkins Hospital. Pat was patient, supportive and an endless wealth of information. I am thrilled to see her take her nursing skills, generous spirit, and unending patience and use them to support children.

Elizabeth L.J. Smith R.N., B.S.
Wyman Park Medical Center

 

Something the Lord Made

The following letter is typical of many sent to the School of Medicine Alumni Office following the HBO film broadcast on May 30:

“Something the Lord Made” is fantastic! It is the best movie I have seen in years. I have always been extremely proud of the Hopkins history, but this story was particularly uplifting and heart breaking (to see the prejudice and segregation) at the same time. Thanks to all involved who made this movie. I was a resident at Hopkins. I still miss Hopkins and Baltimore.

Leslie C. Huff, M.D., resident and fellow, pathology, 1985-89
Stratford, Conn.

 

 

 

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