Bill was first acquainted with St. Luke's when he followed his primary care physician, J. William Campbell, MD, to the Chesterfield campus almost 20 years ago.
"Every single physician, and I can say this without reservation, I have been referred to in this system has been good. They are not only skillful, but they listen," Bill said.
While fortunate with good health for many years, he recently suffered a serious health risk. On February 25, Bill was hospitalized with a sepsis attack. Even though Bill's situation was potentially dangerous, he never felt like his care was rushed. Bill was deeply touched by the compassion he received from every person he encountered at St. Luke's during his stay.
"If it weren't for St. Luke's, I wouldn't be on the right side of the grass right now. It's definitely been a healing experience," he said.