Working in a hospital always keeps me in touch with the humane side.
Walking along the corridors I see it all.
The sheer joy of a father’s surgery gone off successful. The stress of a family sitting in shock at the sudden emergency thrust upon them. Or the desparate, anxious parents moving around with their young one in arms waiting for some medical miracle for their greatest gift from God.
I see the complex emotions of patients and their families each day.
I sense the dedication and resolve of the doctors to save each life which have been entrusted to them with utmost trust.
I observe the caregivers (nurses, attendants, etc.) go about their duties quietly trying to relieve the patient’s pain and provide soothing relief with care and compassion.
And I know the quiet efficiency working behind-the-scenes in the management to provide a smooth, error-free operations for the whole system.
I consider myself lucky to be working in such an environment.
The Hospital rests on an intricate web of processes and protocols to deliver the right healthcare.
But above all, it rests on human emotions: dedicated, committed and above all passionate to provide safe, right and trusted healthcare to each patient who walk into it’s door.
It is a marriage of humanity with precision. Of faith with resolve. Of hope with compassion.
A standing testimony to human values still alive , still nourishing and always giving hope.
Each day. Each moment.