Our appointment at @AkronChildrens for a Holter Monitor: We’ve arrived



We finally made it to the Akron Children’s Hospital, Heart Center.  Traffic was a bit crazy but nothing we couldn’t handle, with a bit of patience and my mad driving skills.  🙂

Lizze signed us in and we are patiently waiting for Gavin in to be called back.

We are actually inside the William H. Considine Professional Building, on the 5th floor.  This is the building directly across from the main entrance to the hospital.

I don’t expect this to take a great deal of time and hopefully, we’ll be home soon because I’m exhausted don’t feel like driving. 



Be sure to check back later on to see how the process of having a Holter Monitor put on went.

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