I was a patient at Anne Arundel Medical Center for 10 days. I came in for what appeared to be just very low blood pressure, but I ended up with acidosis of the kidney and finally soaring high blood pressure. Reading this, one might imagine I would have had an unbearably difficult visit, but one man saved my mental state and kept me smiling and laughing to the best of my ability, especially when life became worse.
Mr. Bowser checked on me at least once a day, and on most days, more than once. He managed to find nurses, technicians, auxiliary staff, and dieticians who are some of the best I have ever had. Please acknowledge this man for being kind, caring, compassionate, knowledgeable, there at a moment's notice, loving, warm, accommodating, a listener beyond anyone's imagination, and frankly one of the best people I know. He has made the 6th floor like going on a much-needed vacation.
None of us know when something will happen to them or when their end will be, but I will tell you one thing. If I had to pass away at this time, I would have died knowing I was not only cared for by my parents, but I would have been with people whom I feel are extended family too. Justin is a diamond along with his staff. He lightened my heavy heart and made me want to live when the will was not as strong.