Dedicating The New Icu At Cooper University Hospital

Poem By Lewis Eron

Welcome to our ICU
Our hands are clean, our scrubs are blue
Our faith is strong, our words are true
We will take good care of you
Here in our brand new ICU

Welcome to our ICU
We will treat you through and through
We save a lot but lose a few
No matter what we say or do
Here in our brand new ICU

Welcome to our ICU
We’ve done all that can be done for you
We leave you with the One who is Good and True,
To hear a voice from the clear and blue
Helping us and telling you
The healing words, “I see you.”
Here in our brand new ICU

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interesting poem about the ICU , its well depicted and worthwhile to read


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