Doctor deserving of appreciation

The Village of Zeballos extends its wishes to retiring physician, Dr. Harvey Henderson of H’kusam Clinic in Sayward.

Dear editor,

To Dr. Harvey Henderson of H’kusam Clinic in Sayward:

Dr. Henderson,

The Village of Zeballos council and office staff want to thank you for providing such caring and consistent outreach doctor services to the Village of Zeballos for the past 20 years.  In a small community such as ours, it is important to residents to have a friendly and familiar face providing health care. Your care and consideration for all members of our community, as well as the other communities in the area, has been greatly appreciated and you will be missed.

We are saddened to hear you will not be the primary doctor in the Zeballos Clinic, but want you to know that your health is as important to us as ours is to you. We are all so glad you were not hurt in your driving accident and understand why you need to be closer to home.

We want to wish you the very best in your retirement from the clinic here and thank you again for your compassionate care through the years.

Councillor Julie Colborne

On behalf of the Village Of Zeballos

 

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