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  •  Happy Birthday Dr. Bob ! 

  • yea, bet its awesome living in Vail,  but here in Central NY  we get some nice skiing as well,  well if  we get snow this year,  last year  we got 26 inchs total,  quite a drop from our normal  200 inchs ,,

  • Dr, Bob Hickey, Happy Birthday, wishing that all your birthday wishes come true.

  • Wishing you good health and happiness for your birthday and the New coming Year. Thank you for adding wonderful and informative information to this website. Rise'

  • Happy birthday Dr. Bob! Have a great day! You should join us for chat on Saturdays and Sundays starting at 2 pm central time. Hope to see you there!

  •  Happy Birthday Dr. Bob ! 

  • Happy Birthday Dr. Bob !!!

  • Hi Dr. Bob,

    Thank you for joining our Favorite Things group. Please share with us.

    It is nice to have you back here.

    Rise'

  • We are very fortunate, indeed, to be donor recipients. I relish my abundance each and every day. I received cadaveric organs for both transplants; 1994 & 2009. I am simply awestruck at the altruistic, loving nature common in all donors both living and deceased. Without these incredible souls, the marvels of medical science would be lacking a crucial link.

    I have known Dr. Ed Cole for years but have not been directly under his care. He is a transplant director held in high esteem by both colleagues and patients. My doctor, Dr. J. Kim, is a brilliant, congenial man who strongly advocates patient participation. This suits me perfectly since I come from the school of self care dialysis. At self care, I mastered self cannulation; a major source of anxiety for most patients. But for the grace of my donor, those days are, mercifully, a fading memory. But, I continue to incorporate the skills I learned with my brand new, wonderful life. I am not the 'average' patient and have been known to be demanding. I make it my business to know what is going on and my questions, at times, might seem never ending. I can, definitely, be a handful but my team appreciates this attribute; we are cohesive and efficient.

    I wish you continued good health and success in all your endeavors. May you and yours have a great holiday season!

     

  • We are twenty minutes outside of T.O., in the burbs of Etobicoke. Our son attends Ryerson (engineering - 2nd year). My transplant clinic is @ Toronto General so I am very familiar with the downtown core. Must say, I LOVE my team! Could not ask for better people... This is my second kidney transplant and  it is going fantastic.  So blessed and so appreciative. May I ask, Dr. Bob, what type of medicine do you practice? It must be quite the experience being on the patient end of the equation. What a role reversal. Take care and remain a source of light.

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