“Go to the home of a seriously ill person and have them explain their concerns, how they feel and what hurts them.” This is how the message that a doctor posted on social networks begins to talk about her Home health care and its importance.
The doctor acknowledges that “the patient tells you about his problems there because he knows you, at home with his family and You are next to him, you look into his eyesHe acknowledges that these attitudes and treatment are a “treasure.” An opinion that is also shared by many health professionals.
Going to the house of a very seriously ill person who explains his fears, how he feels and what hurts him … and he does it because he knows you well and he is at home with his family and you are by his side, looking in his eyes is a treasure and we have to take care of him as such #doom
– Eva Isaac (@EvaMayorIsaac1) November 16, 2021
Another doctor says that when something like this happens, you “go home feeling very lucky for the trust patients put in you”. “It’s one of the best things about primary care”, to get to know. While a health worker stated, “This is the best part of medicine: the people.”
“The best part about medicine is the people”
For his part, the family doctor responded that “the patient’s trust in the doctor is the most grateful and helpful in the primary stage,” and specifically acknowledged that “family medicine is the basis of health.”
“We are lucky to be able to help and accompanying people to their homes”, another health worker wrote in this regard. He added that “this is what we take with us and the core of our work, it is very good to be able to share those difficult and necessary moments with the people we serve daily.”
See how lucky we are! Thanks to all I had the opportunity to learn from accompanying patients, that’s what makes it so worth it! To keep growing!!# Always the first attention
– Isabel Buezo November 16, 2021
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