I am a heavy duty/ PCA on the 6th floor and I would like to recognize Daniel Beldin for buying a patient a set of scrubs. Daniel is always doing nice stuff, but this just stood out. The patient was marked to die. Instead of the patient going to Emory as planned, that patient instead went home to die with his family. The man had no clothes and Daniel made sure that the man went home with clothes on his back. This really touched me and brings me to tears when I think about the situation. I had grown close to this patient. The family at times could be demanding and rude but we knew they were just upset about losing the patient. The family grew to like our unit and appreciated our staff as the patient grew on all of us. It meant a lot to me that Daniel cared enough for this patient to make sure that he went home dignified wearing clothes. It meant a lot to the family and it meant a lot to all of us on the sixth floor who had grown so close to this patient.