Compassionate Care

What does compassionate care mean to Tepeyac OB/GYN staff? 

“For me, it means thinking about what a patient might be going through physically, emotionally, or spiritually as they arrive in our office. They might be scared, worried, in pain, or experiencing difficulties or stress due to factors beyond what we see or know.”

 

“A Compassionate Care practice is one that truly services our patients by offering services and resources as a community practice that is truly in the business to be more than just medicine.”

“We are more than medicine. We are more than a treatment. We treat the spirit, the soul, and body. It is a gift and an honor to have a place to be able to practice both religion and great work ethics.”

“I try to work at Tepeyac as if I was working for the Lord, thinking this way helps me to show love, patience, and kindness to our patients.”

“We preach a message of Compassate Care with deeds of unreserved love and physical support. This love is one that joins in the suffering of the patient and shows that the Tepeyac staff gives to patients, their families and their children; living and deceased.” Nowhere else in the Mid-Atlantic region will one find any practice comparable.”

“Compassionate Care is being conscious of others distress, suffering, and misfortune, but with a strong desire to alleviate it.”

“We don’t talk to patients as if we are medical robots, we talk to you as a person, a mother, a sister, a brother, a father, a cousin, or simply as a friend.”

“…it means putting the patient as a whole individual, beloved by God first, ahead of the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.”