Social Media and Bedside Manner Matters

Quick Facts:
According to the 2016 JAMA report, patients want to look good for their age for as long as possible.  (So there you go, we are all in this quest together).  There has also been an increase in 20-30 year olds whose focus is not correction but prevention.  Two of the top drivers are the desire to stay competitive in the work force and to look good on social media.  This cracked me up and then I realized, my Facebook profile picture is a shot of me water skiing, so you can’t really see my face. LOL  The study also said, Bedside manners matter:  high patient satisfaction reviews are given for this along with honesty.  High pressure sales and rudeness are rated the lowest.
We strive for high customer satisfaction and appreciate your business.  I will continue seeing patients in both the Keizer and the Wilsonville office with Dermatology Clinic, P.C. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions our phone number will remain the same.
Happy Holidays and Thank you!
 
Back in spring I hosted a couple of young men that were traveling with a singing group made up of 8-20 year old orphans from Uganda.  Listening to the struggles they face to survive on a daily basis was overwhelming.  I saw the reaction on their face when they came to our home and I asked, “do you think that Americans are extravagant?” They said, “No, you are blessed.”  They loved the gas fireplace and could not figure out how it worked. They thought they had died and gone to heaven when they soaked in the hot tub.  I have so much to be grateful for, one of which is my job because I get to know all of you. (If interested check out www.imanimilele.com, and or watch the documentary, “Invisible Children”).
We are all so blessed have a great Holiday!