I assumed the role of executive director of a local cpc last June. At that time, and prior to that while serving as a volunteer, I understood that Devine Mercy Care (aka Tepeyak)provided excellent care for our clients who were abortion vulnerable and/or needing fancial assistance. The Board of the Center, along with the Executive Director approved the support for medical care many times for needy clients, always with positive results.
I have worked with pregnant women for the past 25 years and Divine Mercy Care has been a wonderful resource for women with "problem" pregnancies, either for economic, social or health reasons. I always know that my women will get personal, compassionate care at an often difficult time.
The medical care and counseling are superb. My clients and friends have left appointments with their dignity intact -- feeling respected, listened to and cared for in a way they hadn't experienced in other practices. They are worth whatever effort it takes to get there.
Divine mercy Care is helping families and women all over northern Virginia, by providing support to Tepeyac Family Clinic, a prolife OB GYN. They help provide affordable life oriented health care to those in need.
Divine Mercy Care has provided excellent medical care, compassional support and loving service to the women and children of Northern Virginia for many years. I have sent dozens of women to them for pregnancy tests, STD tests, pregnancy support and labor and delivery. Divine Mercy ALWAYS gets rave reviews. The doctors and staff are greatly loved and appreciated for their selfless service to the community. They deserved the highest honors and support anyone can give them.
When a woman makes a choice to use a natural means of birth regulation, and seeks support and care from her doctor, often she is ridiculed and even threatened by her doctor. FertilityCare is a professionally administered teaching program for women and couples that also couples with Naprotechnology. It has been highly researched and the results are published in leading medical journals. It is a safe, effective means of birth regulation, and deserves the respect and support women receive at Divine Mercy Care. I highly commend their important work.
It is like family when you walk in. Everyone is treated with respect, warmth, and genuine kindness as well as professionalism.
Dr. John Bruchalski is a Saul to Paul conversion having performed abortions and coming to the Light of God realized what he was doing and subsequently began devoting his life to serving women who may choose abortion. I can tell you from personal experience: If you take the opportunity to converse with this fine Christian physician, you will leave a better person. I can also attest to the fact that many women who are currently in our prison system today have been sexually manipulated, abused and impregnated and coerced into having abortions. This Godly physician is not only saving the lives of God's most precious children but healing women's lives one soul at a time! What higher calling is that?
Divine Mercy Care provides OB/GYN services modeled after the compassion and foresight of of our Blessed Mother. Without regard to income, Faith, race, or nationality, DMC provides exceptional medical care to their clients from a whole person concept.
Divine Mercy Care Foundation is more than a group of medical providers; they are a group of individuals committed to treating women with dignity and compassion while providing superior medical care. The services offered; without regard to patient religion, race, or financial situation respect the whole patient and the family unit. Families faced with challenging pregnancies are given the support, care and love needed to understand their unique situation and proceed to term without undue anxiety. Few pediatric hospice centers exist; DMC pioneered this hallmark service.
One of the most special things about Tepeyac is their commitment to families who have chosen to carry an infant with birth defects, rather than have an abortion. Their practice gives these women a medical home in the truest sense of the words, welcoming them in and treating them with respect. From my perspective, they help create a seamless transition to the hospital for the patient and those of us here by communicating the issue and giving us an opportunity to open a dialogue with the family so their needs are met.