From OHC

November 22, 2022

As we approach Thanksgiving, our OHC team wants to extend heartfelt messages of gratitude to our patients, their family members, and their caregivers. You allow us to provide your care during a most vulnerable time and your optimistic spirit and courage are awe-inspiring. We are honored to serve you every day—standing by your side as you valiantly fight and personify hope.

Here is only a portion of the sentiment shared by OHC staff. Thank you for becoming a part of our family.

Dr. Randy Drosick, Medical Oncologist, Hematologist, and OHC President

“Our patients and their loved ones embody hope, and I’m grateful that I get to witness that. They are determined to win the fight and their positivity is contagious. It’s an absolute honor to provide their care.”

Amanda Noble, BSN, RN, OCN, Executive Director

“I am both honored and grateful that OHC patients entrust us with their care. Their strength in spirit and optimism in the face of a devastating diagnosis is remarkable. They are a constant source of inspiration every day both inside and outside of the office.”

Sarah Wilson, Advanced Practice Provider

“I am thankful for my work family and though we work a lot, I appreciate the people walking this journey with me. I am in awe of our patients’ strength and am thankful for them. I am honored that our patients trust us to care for them in their cancer care when they are feeling most vulnerable.”

RoseAnn Maher, Revenue Cycle Manager

“OHC patients have taught me to live bigger than I lived yesterday and that every day is an opportunity to be a blessing to someone else.”

Connie Rudy, Advanced Practice Provider

“I want to extend my sincere appreciation and gratitude to the patients and families I serve. Our patients oftentimes come to us in such distress and at such a vulnerable time. I am thankful to be considered to be a part of their healthcare team.”

Michelle Messer, Front Office Coordinator

“I don’t think I could put into words the amount of gratitude I have for our patients and their caregivers. I’ve had the opportunity to get to know so many of them. They face cancer with tremendous courage and arrive at our office with smiles on their faces.”

Alessa Hubbell, Clinical Research Nurse

“Thank you to the patients who selflessly participate in clinical trials. By enrolling in these studies, they are playing a role in finding a cure for cancer. So many of them tell me, ‘if it doesn’t work for me, maybe it will help someone else.’”

Terina Stacy, Medical Assistant

“Some of our patients have become like family to me. When they see me, they might not be feeling well at all, yet they ask about my day and my family members. They’ve taught me so much about kindness.”

Stacey Froelich, Practice Manager

“I’m thankful for the patients who entrust their healthcare to us during an extremely vulnerable time and for the caregivers who are the patients’ strongest advocates. They make me want to be my best and walk alongside them on their journey.”

Jack Greschel, IT Support Coordinator

“I am thankful to be a part of the OHC organization. I really appreciate everyone from the maintenance personnel, receptionist, nurses, doctors, technicians, and management. The support and care they give to support the patients’ needs and the way they show their gratefulness for the service the IT department provides.”

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