Saturday, August 16, 2008
My Brilliant Hubby
My hubby is a PA-C in our local hospital. This is the hospital magazine which came in the mail yesterday.
(NO - - - Anderson Cooper is NOT my hubby - - - keep reading- - -) Do you see that little circle inset in the bottom left hand corner of the magazine cover?
Well, here, let me HELP you see it better.
And here's the article to which that inset refers - - - -
And on the second page of the article - - - why, just lookey there!!!!! I even HIGHLIGHTED it so you can't miss it.
My hubby - - - diagnostician extraordinaire.
Posted by Keetha Broyles at 10:09 AM
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That is AWESOME!!! MGH needs more people like Greg! Congrats!
Way to go Greg!!!! I'm so proud that I know him!
Truth be told - - - he saved her life. Without getting on a respirator, she would have stopped breathing.
We always knew Dad was brilliant...just glad the rest of the world is finally on board!! :)
Yay for Greg !
I saw the article....we get the magazine.
Hope you're having a good week-end.
Praying for your Mom & your family.
When my brother in law was in rehab because he had become a paraplegic in a car accident, there was a young girl there who had GB. It is a devastating thing!
How proud you must be! I have long held that PAs and NPs are much better at diagnosing problems!
We always knew that Greg would be a great PA! Congratulations, Greg, on your dedication to the field of medicine, but mostly for making a difference in life and death situations. This girls life will go on because of your excellent care! I'm glad that we knew you way back when you first began studying to be a PA! Wow, that's been a long, long time!
Wow first the commercial, now this. What's next?
LOL Donny!!!! I guess we can only wait and see.
Greg must be extra-ordinarally observant - after all he picked you!!
thats pretty awesome!!!
I know her! Many years we played softball together growing up. I mean.. it's been years. So that's pretty sweet.
Small world, Jewel. She and her family were singing Greg's praises - - - if you read the rest of the article, they had been looking for help in several places before they saw Greg, who recognized what was going on.
Great job, Greg! What a blessing to this young woman! :)
Wow! So cool. Congrats, Greg! Way to go!
Awesome!!! Found your blog throught Tammy's. I actually remember you from Teen Camp many years ago. Anyway I know and love the Noble family. Many prayers were said for Paige the beginning of this year.
Thanks Greg for serving the Lord with your talents.
Way to go Greg!
Even Gerson is amazed! He says to tell Greg, ¨Congratulations!¨
Keetha I had no idea Greg was your husband. You and I have met several times in person. I am so thankful to Greg for his diagnosis. The lord was with us all through this. He played a big part in her recovery. For him to be there after two trips to another hospital. I can tell you how grateful we were to have a preliminary diagnosis. Greg was very kind and explained things thoroughly.
THANKS GREG YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE A SPECIAL PLACE IN OUR HEARTS.
I read the article. Way to go, Greg! I am glad MGH has people like him there!
Thank you to ALL of you for these wonderful comments, I am passing them on to Greg.
Tina - - - I'm guessing you are Paige's mom. PLEASE come back and let me know where/when I met you because my brain is not giving me an image of your face WITH your name. I went to your profile, but you don't have a blog listed there.
All of you - - - keep coming back to my little ole blog!!!
I am sitting here again, tears streaming down my face. Thanks for all the kind words about our, son, hubby, father & proud papoo!!!
Now I am searching for a fridge bulletin board that says "MY KID DID THIS" to display it!!!
Some may have seen a "shepherd boy" but God saw a dedicated PA.
We have friends from Goshen area, Dale and Hazel Noble. Is there any chance they are related to this Noble family?
No clue - - - but you could ask. Tina, if you come back on here maybe you know.
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