Staff and Trainee Reviews

020• “Thank you for everything.  I wouldn’t be where I am today without your help.”

• “Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experiences with me.”

• “I will always be indebted to you for your guidance, insight and help, which have been instrumental in my pursuit of becoming a podiatric physician and surgeon.  Know that I could not have made it this far without you.  I deeply treasure the time spent shadowing you.  Thank you for being such an amazing mentor.”

• “I just wanted to say thanks for helping me out, being so understanding and open to change!  You have helped me learn so much!  I look forward to creating a great practice together!”

• “Thank you so much for your years of employment, education, and investment in me to your company. I cannot thank you enough for my 7 years of amazing experience. As you will miss me, I will definitely miss you guys as well, staff and patients. This practice has always held a special place in my heart for its incredibly friendly atmosphere with Dr. Hoy, staff, and patients. It has been an unforgettable and incredibly knowledgeable experience that will not be forgotten.”

• “I just want to thank you again for letting me come in all these times.  I really learned a lot about podiatry and how the foot is connected to the rest of the body, and a unique insight into how a private practice is managed.  I really appreciate how patient and detailed you are with your explanations.  It is by far my best shadowing experience.”

• [On passing recertification boards for surgery] “You really are a highly skilled doctor and you’ve worked hard to achieve this goal.”

• “I just wanted to take the time to thank you for the opportunities that you have given me.  It has been my great pleasure observing your practice of podiatric medicine and I am very grateful for the time you have taken out of your busy schedule to answer my questions and give me guidance.  Hopefully I will get the chance to be back at your practice soon, but for now I just wanted to leave you with a small gift of gratitude!  Thank you!”

Pre-Medical Student Oscar Leung