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This compilation of messages are expressions of compassion and care from across the Tulsa area to all who work for and with the Saint Francis Health System.

We are grieving with our Saint Francis Family, who has cheered us on during childbirth, held our hands and prayed with us over loved ones, and healed our broken bones. Our hearts and prayers are with the families and colleagues of Dr. Preston Phillips, Dr. Stephanie Husen, Amanda Glenn, and William Love. We are grateful for the trained 911 dispatchers, law enforcement, and first responders who reacted so heroically.

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Please know that your God is with you during this awful time. He will give you strength, comfort, peace and the strength to get through this time. May God be with all of you!!!

We are so sorry this happened. Our hearts are with you.

We support you. Sending up our thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort to the entire Saint Francis community.

Our hearts and prayers are with you, your teams, and your families in these tough times. The employees of Saint Francis have consistently been there for the community when needed--we're here for you in your time of need!

Our thoughts are with St. Francis this week. We're so sorry for the loss of employees, friends, family members and loved ones this week. Thank you for all you do in the face of adversity. We stand in solidarity with you, St Francis!

We know that there is really nothing we can do, but please know that we standing in solidarity with you, holding your hearts in our hearts, keeping your pain close, praying for peace.

It is so difficult to articulate the feelings of sorrow and disappointment over last week's tragedy. Feelings of uncertainty are difficult to avoid; so instead I turn my mind to gratitude. I am grateful to Saint Francis and its staff for taking such great care of Tulsans. Your commitment to our community does not go unnoticed. I thank you for the times you have cared for me and my children. I am forever grateful and a proud supporter of you! We LOVE you!!

Sending love and prayers! #SaintFrancisStrong

I have no words to address the horrific and unfathomable accounts of that day, but I want to share my deep appreciation for what you do each and every day to support the people of Tulsa.

Thank you for your dedication, love, and care you provide to everyone everyday. You give so much to your patients everyday with nothing in return. Our community appreciate everything you do for us every single day.

St. Francis and all their caring staff has always faithfully and lovingly cared for my family and me for over a decade. In the midst of this unspeakable horror and tragedy, know that we are here for all of you, through prayers, support, helping hand, listening ears, a shoulder to cry on, and a hand to hold when words just aren't enough. We love you, honor you, respect you, and are part of your family. We are believing in your strength and courage, as you process, mourn, and grieve, and are standing by you all the way to the end. Thank you for all you do.

I recall just how caring and compassionate Dr. Phillips was when my late husband was in line for back surgery in 2008. Unfortunately, Bob was diagnosed with cancer and had to put the surgery "on the back burner" which never happened due to his death in 2011. My heart just breaks for Dr. Phillips' family and the families of the other three victims. Such a tragedy!!! My prayers are with them all!!! We are Saint Francis "people." So very grateful for the fast response of our law enforcement officers.

St. Francis has been a part of my life since birth! I was born there, after suffering a stroke my father began his recovery there, my grandmother recovered there, your ED has patched me up and one of my son’s was born there. I receive my mammograms yearly in the Natalie Building.
Most of all please free the love and gain strength through my prayers!! ❤️❤️❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

My heart goes out the people we lost and all their families. God please watch over these people in their time of need.

I'm so sorry for what happened.

Sending everyone at Saint Francis a blessing for healing and comfort!