What do you do when you are taken out of the Loop of making a difference In you're Workplace?
Taken out of the Loop after Creating the first Medical Assistant Mentoring Program in U.S.A.
After finishing high school I joined the US Army to get a skill set and four years of experience. After learning how to be a Bradley Hull Mechanic and hulling around a heavy tool box I decided to take the NCOs advice and work smarter not harder and used my GI Bill to get my first degree and chose the medical field.
After spending eleven years providing patient care I gradually developed a passion for developing those who provide the patient care. I volunteered to speak at two universities who were educating Medical Assistants and let them in on tips I've picked up along the way with my experiences.
I completed my Bachelor's in Health Care Administration with honors and found a position where my knowledge and education could help me be a leader and not a manager. Now I push the evolution of a good facility to a great one.
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