Please help us recognize the healthcare teams at Community Medical Centers who are working on the front lines and behind the scenes of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic – the everyday heroes that come to work day in and day out. Taking a minute to send an online thank you or note of gratitude will help encourage our caregivers as they go about their critical work during this unprecedented time.
To send an inspirational note, fill out the form below. Responses will be used online and on Community Medical Centers’ social media channels.


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Notes From Our Community


Thank God for real super heroes. Thank you for all you do above and beyond. May God protect you doctor, nurses and staff that fight the fight.


Thank you to the nurses that are using your own cell phones so we can communicate with our loved one who is in the hospital. It's the sweetest thing to do and it means so much. Thank you to all that have done this for your patients. ❤️


Thank you!


Been visiting for an unknown illness, so nauseated and uncomfortable, but the staff is wonderful and makes it so much easier. Thank you for your service!!!


I was there 7/1/20 for some testing and upon leaving my car wouldn't start. I needed a jump. EVERY SINGLE person I came in contact with was so nice. The woman at front doing the COVID screening, the gentleman at front desk, the women checking me in for exams, ultrasound, lab, the valet guy who answered my question and helped me with my car situation, and the security that gave me a jump. The kindness I encountered with the staff made my bit stressful day not seem bad at all. Thank you all!!


Thank you for all your hard work and dedication during this crisis.

Claire W.

Thank you for your dedication to our community.


Grateful for you.


Thank you for serving on the front line of this pandemic.


Angels in scrubs.


Dear Brave Healers, Thank you so much for fighting against the virus. You are risking your own lives to save others, leaving your own families and having to work endlessly. I really, really hope the virus will be gone soon so that you all can rest. Remember: Not all heroes wear a cape.

Alexis (future nurse)

Thank you for being a light in the darkness. Thank you for your sacrifices. Thank you for your strength. Thank you for everything you do. I hope your heart is not troubled or fearful but saturated with peace (John 14:27).


Grateful for you – superheroes in scrubs!


You make the world a better place.


Thank you for helping our everyday lives!