CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – Students from eight Lowcountry schools wanted to show their appreciation for healthcare workers here in the Lowcountry.
Trident Medical Center staff received this appreciation with thank you notes.
“When I saw the student cards and read their messages, it reminded me that I live and work in one of the most caring communities I have ever experienced,” said Sara Young, ER nurse from Trident Medical Center.
Healthcare Heroes volunteers organized the “Thank You” campaign on Saturday.
“It’s nice to remember everything that’s happened over the past two years,” said Trident Medical Center trauma nurse Holly Loh. “For a person or a group, taking the time to write a card to say thank you is very rewarding.”
Students from the following schools participated: Divine Redeemer Catholic School, Christ Our King Stella Maris School, Cane Bay Middle School, Stratford High School, St. John Catholic School, Charleston Development Academy, Mason Prep School and Bishop England High School.
Trident Medical says their clinicians treated more than 300,000 people living in the Lowcountry last year.
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