A Farewell But Not Goodbye – Clinic Update 7/1/2020

July 2, 2020
Thank you all for your patience and understanding with us as we try and work through several weeks of cancelled appointments. We’re making attempts to reach all of you via phone and/or email. At this time, if you were scheduled for a visit that was cancelled and you want to reschedule, please feel free to reach out.
As the pandemic situation seems to change daily, we’re carefully watching state and county recommendations as to the safety of being open for business. We’re praying that repeated closures will not take place but will always do whats right for our community and health care system. We are still seeing people in a limited capacity by appointment only. Our hours will continue to be varied so please call before you make a trip to the clinic for pick-ups, etc.
Lastly, we wanted to let you know that after 8 years with us, our fabulous Polly has decided to retire from Rejuvenation Clinic to spend more time with her family and travel. Her knowledge of skincare, makeup and aesthetic treatments was so invaluable to all of us over the years. We’ll miss her stories, analogies, jokes, puns, positive spirit and beautiful smile. This won’t be goodbye, however, as she’s agreed to come back to visit as often as possible. We’ll miss you so much, Polly, and are so happy for you to start the next chapter of your life!

A Note From Polly

After much deliberation, I have made the difficult decision to retire from Rejuvenation Clinic. In my eight years here, I have lost a best friend, my mother, my brother-in-law, and most recently, my brother. I have also experienced the joy of my daughter’s wedding and the birth of my first grandson, Henry. Through it all, I have found comfort, encouragement, joy, and laughter with my coworkers and my patients. I am so grateful for doing work I love, for the opportunity to learn and grow, and for the connections I have made with you all.

I will miss the work and most of all, the people, but I am looking forward to spending more time with my family and friends, and the opportunity to slow down and smell the roses, as they say.

To my coworkers, thank you for the eight years of growth and development and a lifetime of friendship. To my patients, thank you for the opportunity to serve you and for the joy you gave me as I got to know you along the way. I will sincerely miss you all and wish you nothing but the very best.

Until next time,