Today’s Blog is written by Rosie T., who has been an important part of Gasner Dental
as Office Manager, since the very beginning.
I have been fortunate to have the pleasure of working at Gasner Dental for over 27 years, with Dr. Jon and Ellise Gasner. During that time they have managed to build a practice that feels more like a community rather than a Dental Clinic. Together we pride ourselves on creating an environment where each patient feels like a part of our family and we are privileged to feel like we are a part of theirs. Many friendships have been formed over the years that we continue to value today. These friendships mean a lot to me personally.
Over the last few years, while facing health challenges, I have experienced the support of this community and these friendships. Both our amazing patients and staff have been so generous and kind. Most recently after recovering from life changing surgery I witnessed this community in action. I have received many visits to the hospital, numerous phone calls and countless text messages. On one occasion I had a surprise visit from a caring patient with her youngest child in tow! You can’t imagine how grateful I felt after spending time with them. As a way of communicating with me during my last medical leave, our staff set up a "Rosie" book so that patients could leave messages for me. I was able to read so many of your beautiful well wishes which kept my spirits up and helped tremendously with my recovery. Most importantly, it kept me feeling connected to our patients and our practice.
Thank you to all who had the opportunity to leave a note and for all the kind actions shown I feel so grateful to be part of a very special practice made up of extraordinary patients and staff.
To quote Loretta Scot King, "The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members".
Thank you to all for your compassionate actions! I would especially like to thank Dr. Jon and Ellise for building this wonderful community that has made me feel so cherished and loved.
I can't wait to see you all and be able to thank you in person.