How do I possibly begin to thank you for all that you’ve done/do! You, “the one” who hastouched, reshaped and transferred my life so much, “literally.” Today I stand on top of the world and from the bottom of my heart and the top of my lungs I shout; “Thank you so very much Dr. Hopkins. You’re the BEST. Your skillful hands, level of excellence in the work you do and genius mind has truly blessed me, moreover, has given me a new direction in life.” Dr. Hopkins, may our Lord Jesus Christ bless you, provide and keep you. May his mercy andglory abundantly fill you as he can do. With deep gratitude and appreciation, your loyal patient.
Dear Mrs. Hopkins,
I am sure you already know what a wonderful and talented doctor your husband is. But I know you must also be extra special too - to put up with the long hours he works. He really cares about his patients and works so hard. Many (all of) other doctors I have seen all speak highly and have great respect for your husband, Dr. Hopkins. I feel blessed to have him for a doctor. My husband John, thinks the world of him also. I am giving you a little gift as my appreciation for all the time you have given up with him so he can do what god gave him talent for. Thank you Dr. Hopkins for all your hard work, along with your kindness and patience throughout my recovery.