People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. - Maya Angelou
I spent a long time in school learning intricate details of women’s health.
But some of the more important skills I learned outside of school. Listening to patients. Really listening, reading between the lines, and encouraging you to talk and share. It’s one of the marks of a physician’s practice that truly helps its patients.
I’m grateful to Sam for sharing this online:
“I cannot thank the Women’s Institute enough! After two and a half years of suffering and feeling like my doctor did not listen to me, I finally feel myself again! I previously went to the Women’s Healthcare Group. Within a few months of seeing both Dr. Drolet and Carleen Myers, my issue is (nearly) gone! Both Dr. Drolet and Carleen were so kind and truly listened to me. They made same-day appointments when my symptoms flared up. Both women are incredibly knowledgeable, and once again I just can’t thank them enough.”
These stories are exactly why I became a physician. It’s the day-to-day, the issues that crop up that become an ongoing problem, and the relationships with patients that I’m passionate about.
If you are looking for a doctor who knows women’s health, is ready to listen, and is passionate about the everyday care of women, schedule a visit today with the button below. We look forward to hearing from you!
Dr. Julie Drolet
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