2013-06-05 11:46:21 by Chylece Head - Patient Family, as posted on the inside.akronchildrens.org blog.
Chris competes in a wrestling match.
Though the finding of Wolff–Parkinson–White syndrome (WPW) in our then 12-year-old son, Chris, is not as huge and dangerous as many illnesses treated by Akron Children's Hospital on a daily basis, the care and attention we received by every single person during Chris' care was top-notch.
Dr. John Clark is an outstanding physician and partner in deciding what to do regarding our son's potentially-dangerous condition. He's truly a Godsend for patients and parents alike.
The hospital staff - right down to the person who brought Chris meals - was amazing. Every single person with whom we interacted both in the office and in the hospital reinforced that we had made the absolutely right choice for our son's care.
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