Celebrating Our Patient: Debra
Recently, we invited our patient Debra E., to Curant Health’s Florida office for our Celebrating Our Patients patient appreciation day. During her visit, Debra highlighted her own appreciation towards meeting her entire Curant care team, face to face.
When asked about her initial impression of meeting her care team in person, Debra explained, “it will be so wonderful to meet TJ in person and talk to everyone there. I’m so used to experiencing his help over the phone, so seems almost unreal that I’ll be able to finally meet him and the friendly Curant staff who help take care of me, too. I would like to see everyone in person and thank them for their part in the services I receive.”
Debra also took time to express her thoughts on how it feels to receive our medication management services.
“I always appreciate the reminder calls I receive each month from TJ. I have a bad memory so it can be hard for me to keep my medications and appointments straight, but it’s a comfort that everyone I interact with at Curant is nice and very helpful. You have all helped me with my medications and made my life easier by taking away the stress I felt when I had to receive my medications from a retail pharmacy.”
About Debra, our patient:
- Debra has diabetes and hypertension.
- Debra has been receiving Curant’s medication management services since 2014.
- Debra receives over 5 medications from Curant Health.
- TJ has been Debra’s dedicated patient care coordinator since early 2017.
About Debra, the individual:
Debra is originally from Texas and has two dogs. Debra works as a volunteer with the Cancer Hope Network, an organization that matches cancer patients with cancer survivors in order to create a one-on-one support outlet and system. By partnering with the Cancer Hope Network, Debra is able to spend her time with people who are recently diagnosed with cancer.
In addition to volunteering with the Cancer Hope Network, Debra is an active member in her church community and volunteers by teaching audio/video production to under privileged youths.