On April 13 I suffered a heart attack while unloading garbage at the Parksville waste transfer station.
My pulse raced to 228 beats a minute and I temporarily lost sight in my left eye.
My wife drove me to the Oceanside Health Centre in Parksville — and the response I received was nothing short of amazing.
Within seconds I was on a hospital gurney and had a room full of medical professionals in attendance.
After discussion and approval I was zapped with some kind of electronic device resembling a small atom bomb and my pulse returned to normal.
Don’t anyone complain about service at the Oceanside Health Centre — at least not in my presence.
To the medical staff at the Oceanside Health Centre: you are the best.
Dudley FreemanNanoose Bay