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April 12, 2024

Thanks to the hospital heroes

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Jim Barnes, Brunswick Heads.

In life we so rarely meet real heroes and at 5am on Tuesday I met a group of people who are that to me.

To Lu, Mary, Kevin ,Rachel, Patrick and others whose name I do not know.

Thank you all from the bottom of my heart for helping me deal with my extreme agony.

Whatever else anyone says about Byron’s new hospital. As long as people of their calibre work there. I will always call them heroes for their professionalism, kindness, and generosity of spirit.


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