My Mom was admitted to MoBap after a massive heart attack. Lynn was her nurse. We went home for the night knowing she was in good hands. Mom had symptoms that Lynn felt warranted a call to alert us. When we arrived, the situation had progressed to the need to move her to ICU. Lynn's attention to her condition was outstanding. She moved her quickly and then took the time to stop and give me a hug and share a personal story with me. I felt a true bond with her.
When Mom was transferred back to the third floor, Lynn stopped to see us and tell us she was so happy to see Mom's name on the patient list. Unfortunately, my mom passed away. Lynn was not her nurse the night she died. She was working at the time and when she found out what was happening, she went in to be with Mom. She was with Mom when she died. We cried together that night. MoBap should be proud and thankful, as I am, to have a nurse like Lynn.