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Some STs never imagined themselves pursuing the career they have right now. But then, it seems like the universe made its own way and let them be who they are today. For the sexy and superb surgical techs out there, this shirt is your perfect match! Each day, surgical technologists wake up full of determination to be better and to do better. They know how important their role is and how they make a difference in the life of every patient who lies on the OR table.
Because this was the world where Edith Cavell lived. Edith Cavell was an everyday nurse who had a strong sense of altruism and a compassion for people. Edith Cavell stands as a hero because she saved many soldiers, she had an incredibly positive influence as head matron at the hospital she worked at, and her compassion pushed her to never turn any wounded soldier away, whether they were an Allied soldier or a German soldier. Edith Cavell proved she was a hero when she successfully saved multiple Allied soldiers, despite the fact that she was in serious danger because of this. When she was alive, Edith worked as a nurse in a medical institute in Brussels during the war with the Germans.
Hope you had a wonderful New Year. I want to thank you once again for giving the opportunity to interview at St. Joseph’s Family Medicine Residency Program on September 29, 2015. I enjoyed my interview at your program and meeting with the faculty and residents. Also, I appreciate you taking your time to give me a follow-up call last week. I was very impressed how close-knit the program was and how smoothly the faculty and residents interacted.
I enjoyed back office more dealing with directly assisting the doctor. Overall, I could handle anything. I was a very flexible medical assistant. I thought I was the best medical assistant they had at Frisco Urgent Care and Clinics as I would get praised for my well-done work. However, I was soon to find out why I was hired and why I was there that day.
This learning actively greatly assisted in building my confidence, which I required in order to be successful in the new graduate RN role. Good collaborative working relationships are based on clear communication and collaboration with the patient and all members of the healthcare team. (Kieft, et al. 2014) This semester I had no issues with regards to speaking with physicians and other members of the healthcare team, and I continued to actively participated and contributed to daily rounds on all 3 critical care units. As a nurse I am viewed as my patient’s spokesperson and I advocate for them.
It is with honor that I prepare this letter of recommendation on behalf of Lawrence Ceasar for the position of Executive Director for Compass Inc. I have known Lawrence for over nine years and had the pleasure of working closely with him all nine years allowing be the ability to attest to his outstanding character and work ethic. Lawrence initially became known to me as a coworker at a behavioral health organization we both worked at nine years ago. During our time there he was observed engaging and supporting each and every client with optimal support. However, it is when I ventured out and initiated a business venture providing Therapeutic clinical supports that I embraced and monitored his true skill sets and talent.
He attended to the elderly equally well, helping them maneuver the clinics. He asked pertinent questions and was sharp, picking up on the events of the clinic life each day and did not complain about the heat nor circumstances. Watching him change from a boy to manhood has been a fantastic transformation. Watching and learning the man has been very rewarding. I know his heart, his character and his abilities and capabilities and with that background, I wholeheartedly recommend him to your program.
Having worked in the Emergency Room for several years and now on 4C Surgical Unit, I have gained first hand experience in providing care to very sick patients and having critical care experience. I was nominated for a DAISY Award by the Vice President of Nursing for the Emergency Room. I would like to be a council member for the quality and safety council. I believe an integral aspect of providing quality care at the bedside, is being knowledgeable on information that can promote excellent patient care. I am empowered to help make a positive impact, working with my fellow colleagues to implement great improvements to patient care.
My father had an open heart surgery at the Aventura Hospital & Medical Center on June 2011. During his long hospitalization, I was amazed to witness the professionalism and the compassion of the nurses on the 7th floor despite my father tough character and attitude. For that, I am totally grateful and also especially interested to work with those wonderful nurses. My felling for the hospital never faded but grows more and more over the time with my father’s frequent visits to the hospital Emergency Department or my two clinical rotations on the 7th and 9Th floor while I was a nursing student.
For over fifteen years I have enjoyed being an LPN. Working in nursing homes taught me to how to patience and how to use my knowledge to help my patients to the best of my ability. My time as an alcohol and drug rehabilitation nurse helped me to appreciate the courage it takes to admit to a problem, ask for help and the strength it takes to work to get better. Working in a hospital taught me to how to work in a fast paced setting while keeping my sanity intact.
We had such a relationship that she wrote a recommendation letter for me when I was applying for scholarships. It had been over eight years since she taught me but because of the impact she made on my life we stayed in contact and she knew of every club and every position I ever attained in high school. Mrs. Mackey was definitely functioning at the stage four level of teaching and she was a
Overcoming obstacles and improving myself through clinical experience, I learned of other essential qualities needed for success in the field. My greatest time of growth was during my junior residency in internal medicine. Working closely with physicians and developing a rapport with patients, I greatly enjoyed experiencing several areas of the field, from outpatient medicine to ICU to CCU. While the days were long and demanding, I left each night knowing that I had helped relieve my patients’ illness. That’s the reason I am only applying to Internal Medicine as my career; I am the type of person who has always had an acute awareness of other people’s suffering, which has led me to be an empathetic and caring physician.