I brought my father to LCMC for many reasons; he needed acute care, I trust this facility, I’m aware of the value and commitment our nursing staff puts into the care and safety of our patients, and I knew my father would receive excellent clinical care. I was not disappointed. What I was not expecting was this one little nurse or the way she interacted with my father. As I sat and watched her caring for him, whether she was medicating him, cleaning him, or simply providing comfort; rubbing his arms (he had restraints) or cooling his forehead or stroking his hair I felt like she could have been me, or one of my daughters, there was so much compassion in her voice and mannerisms. I still can't bring myself to tell her in person how special I think she is and how grateful I am. My father passed away 3 weeks after discharge, he never came back home. But when I think about the time he spent here at LCMC and specifically the care he received from Sho. I can think of no better way of letting her know. Thank you Sho, you are an extraordinary nurse.