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Letter from Rennie Korver, Mike Gilley, Bruce Thompson and Ed Benoit

Thanks to Mary, Beth and Emily

There are many reasons why those who live in or near Oneonta can feel fortunate to make this area their home. The vibrant and hometown-feel of Main Street and the various parks as well as Damaschke Field and the music events are just a few of the many reasons to want to live here.
However, there is one other gem that sets Oneonta apart. Located at the edge of town is Fox’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Department, where specialists provide exercise therapy for patients recovering from cardiac surgery, heart disease, or a cardiac event.

We the undersigned are fortunate to be some of the lucky recipients of the care that three skilled and knowledgeable nurses provide us. With their sincere caring demeanor, Mary, Beth, and Emily provide a positive atmosphere where each patient is made to feel special and is provided with individualized care and guidance. Through education, constant blood pressure monitoring, and remote EKG feedback, they support us through our rehabilitation exercises, giving us more confidence as they lead us back to cardiac health.

Certainly, we enjoy all the advantages of living in this area, but most of all we feel grateful to have available the care provided by Mary, Beth and Emily.

Rennie Korver
Mike Gilley
Bruce Thompson
Ed Benoit

Fox Cardiac Patients


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