Hello-ho-ho, my friend.
…ok, we’re a little early, but after the year we’ve all had, why not?
hey, it’s been a funny old year, hasn’t it?
But we wanted to help you end on a high and offer a bit of happiness to you ahead of the holidays.
We continue to be amazed by you and our patients. You’ve pressed on throughout all of this, and what’s more, you’ve done it with a smile…at least, we think you have, as it’s only been the eyes we’ve seen!
Change is hard; uncertainty is hard, and PHC is blessed to continue taking care of such wonderful people.
So, we just wanted to say thank you.
Thank you for giving us a reason to be happy.
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As well as it being ho ho ho season, it’s also hip-hip-hooray season for us, as we have two birthdays to celebrate in December: Jackie Drolet on the 27th and Kristin Cresci on the 28th.
We’ll be trading our usual staff dinner and party for a virtual event, in line with the restrictions. But once these are lifted, boy will we be making up for it!
Just to let you know, the clinics will be closed from noon on December 24 and December 25th, and January 1st over the holiday period. Please let us know if you need an appointment near these dates.
We truly hope you have some wonderful holiday celebrations planned for December and the new year – despite the present constraints.
Struggling for a Holiday gift?
Of course, the best bit of the holiday season is spending time with loved ones, but let’s be truthful here and agree that the second-best bit is giving them a gift you know they’ll love!
If you have someone in the family with a hearing loss, here are two great gift ideas that they’ll not only love but really love you for!
#1 TV streamers, which send sounds from your television straight to your hearing aids.
#2 Remote mics, which give you enhanced amplification when there’s a lot of background noise.
If you’d like to know more about these potential presents, contact one of our offices here, and the friendly team will be all too happy to help.
Riddle Me This!
Everyone at PHC loves playing games, so we thought we’d extend the fun and smiles on to you by presenting you with a series of riddles to guess…
- What is always in front of you but can’t be seen?
- What goes up and down but doesn’t move?
- What has hands but can’t clap?
Think you know the answers? Hit “reply” on this email and send us your guesses!
At Physicians Hearing Care, we understand technology can be frustrating. However, it’s often easy to forget that even tech giants, such as Apple, still haven’t quite figured things out…
Before we go, from all of us here at PHC Tennessee, we’d like to thank you for sticking with us this year, and we truly hope for a happier 2021. Chin chin!