Singing Hospital Worker Eases Patients’ Anxieties

There’s nothing pleasant about being on a hospital bed on your way to surgery. It’s only natural to worry a lot about what will happen inside the operating room and feel anxious. Even if it’s only a small surgery and you trust your doctors to do a good job and act in your best interest, there’s always this fear that things might don’t end up well. Fortunately, there are some dedicated hospital staff members who are willing to go above and beyond their job description to make patients feel as comfortable and as peaceful as possible.
Lindon Beckford is one of those people. He has been a transporter at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston for more than 30 years. During all this time, he has made sure all of the patients he’s taken into the OR went into surgery feeling calm and peaceful. One way he manages to ease patient’s anxieties is by singing to them. The man has a great singing voice, and patients really seem to feel better after listening to him sing.
You can find out more about his story and the incredible work he does by watching the video below. This is the kind of stories worth sharing!

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