These are strange and difficult times. We are all in one way or another altering, re-learning and imrovising how we live day to day. This virus has made us pause and think of what we represent in the healthcare field and how our familie's support provides us with the strength to keep doing our best. Some have been furloughed, some are still out there everyday facing this battle, some are scared, some are anxious, some worry about bringing it home, some are feeling the heavy weight of it all. We are all in this together and I want you to know that I am proud of each and everyone of you. Wether you are working or you are home you are doing something to help.  Please continue to social distance, wash your hands and stay healthy. We can all help in our own way. 

On times like these, people react different ways. That is something we should respect and continue to encourage each other.  Distance may be hard to tolerate, especially from family and friends you want to hang out and hug. We must be patient and do the right thing right now.  

"Your greatest power is the power to be.

To be more loving.

To be more courageous.

To be more joyous.

To be more Friendly.

To be more sensitive.

To be more aware.

To be more forgiving.

To be more tolerant.

To be more humble.

To be more patient.

To be more helpful.

To be a greater human being. "


I am very proud to be part of this great society of dedicated medical assistants!

Thank you for all you do to care for patients throughout the state of Connecticut.

I hope you and your family are all healthy and safe.

Best Regards,