My mom was placed in ICU and was very critical. Jaycee took care of Mom most nights of her ICU stay. Mama was at the end of her life and was barely aware of anything but pain. Jaycee, according to my sister, took every step to assure she was made comfortable. She did so in a loving and compassionate way. Thank you so much for seeing a person and trying your best to help her with her last journey. I’m so proud of our Colquitt Regional nurses.
When I was admitted into the ICU, I was greeted with a great smile. One could tell that Jaycee really loved her job and the hospital that she served. She and all the staff were concerned about my sickness and pain. She took the time to explain every procedure and when she was going to do it. Comfort was never a thing to worry about as it was handled before I asked. I am a retired paramedic from Tennessee and she still spoke in layman’s terms, thank you, thank you, thank you for having employees like her. I know that I missed many but thank you for Jaycee.