Holiday Message Ideas for your Rheumatology Office

While sending well wishes via text or email is perfectly acceptable in this day and age, there is no better way to send holiday cheer than with a classic and personal card. Even the most experienced and loved rheumatologist’s office can score extra bonus points this season with a thoughtful holiday greeting. Sending out a warm thought during busy holidays will let your patients know you are thinking of them and are willing to go that extra mile. So while sending off a card seems like a no-brainer, knowing what to say can be a little more difficult. Check out these examples below to get you inspired.

Traditional.

You can never go wrong with a traditional vibe. If your rheumatology office is a bit more reserved you can send a professional, yet heartfelt holiday greeting. Since the card is coming from a medical office, you can be a little creative and still remain professional. Focus on the medical aspect by wishing your patients good health and happiness for the holidays. After all, good health is always the goal no matter what the season.

  • Wishing you and yours health and happiness this holiday season.
  • Season’s greetings for a happy and healthy new year.
  • Bundle up and stay healthy this holiday season.
  • From our practice to your home, we are wishing you a happy and healthy holiday season.

Modern.

For the rheumatology office that is a bit more modern; clever and quirky might be more your style. Have fun with this year’s card and be original with your message. Use stylish colors, funky textures, and witty messages to brighten your patients’ day.

  • The gift of love. The gift of peace. The gift of happiness. May all these be yours this season.
  • Hope your holidays bring health and happiness, and we’re always here if you want more of the first one. Merry Christmas!
  • May everything on your wish list come true. Happy Holidays!
  • Our prescription this year is love, laughter, eggnog, and naps.

Funny.

If your practice has a fun and playful atmosphere, you can match it with a fun and playful holiday greeting. Witty messages from physicians can still make a reference to good health but can make it special with a layer of humor to get your patients smiling.

  • This holiday season, let’s make it a point to cherish what’s truly important in our lives: cookies!
  • You’re never too old to believe in Santa Claus, but we do stop giving out lollipops at a certain age.
  • You should have a daily dose of cheer this season- to be taken with milk and cookies.

Sending out holiday cards to your patients serves many purposes. It wishes them well, it shows that you care, and it keeps your rheumatology office at the forefront of their minds during a busy holiday season. Does your office send out holiday cards? If so share your favorite message ideas on our Facebook page.

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