Airman’s spouse dedicates life to warfighter improvement

14 Oct

Airman’s spouse dedicates life to warfighter improvement.


3 Responses to “Airman’s spouse dedicates life to warfighter improvement”

  1. datwendy October 15, 2011 at 12:53 am #

    Yeah!!! That is OUR girl! Great job Ty. Maybe this recognition will help promote the type of health care our soldiers need and deserve, the type you provide them everyday. I am so proud of you and honored to call you a classmate. You are my hero!

  2. mill2589 October 23, 2011 at 4:07 pm #

    This is great. You are doing exactly what you set out to do….making an impact. You have opened the communication and the door for the future of ATC’s in the military (a much more deserving patient population). Keep it up.

    • colv2490 October 23, 2011 at 11:03 pm #

      Thank you so much for the feedback Julie. It’s nice to hear that coming from you. I am very impressed with how much your action research problem is already expanding patient & clinician expectations for quality of care. Your ability to recognize the AT as a professional speaks volumes. There is a real value you project to others by being able to keep up your intense schedule yet still advocate for change. Your comments are much appreciated.

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