I spent a total of 10 wonderful years in the Human Services/Healthcare field. From 2005-2015 I was dedicated to my cause but in 2015 I walked away. Once again I needed to feed my hunger for a greater challenge.
Let’s rewind for a sec and reflect on a couple things during my time on the outreach team in the street’s of Boston.
I was now apart of the Street Outreach team I was pumped up and ready to rock it out. This is where I would work closer to the MD’s and NP’s I was truly blessed. I was the only case manager on the team so my responsibilities and duties were doubled compared to my admin days in the clinic. I was alright with this, I had no worries and I was eager to start.
The street team consisted of 2 MD’s and one NP we were a tight team, our leader Steve, brought with him years of experience so I knew being new would be a piece of cake. He is the one that actually launched what is known today as BHCHP. Of course there were other people who helped along the way but he was the man on the front lines, in the street showing us the way. I learned many things from Jim, but most importantly I learned that the patients were the most important pieces of who we were.
He was an amazing story teller and always told us stories of patients he encountered on the street. He was filled with ours of stories that captured everyone’s imagination it was amazing.
This is what I want to do right now, share a story about one of my patients Dr. Steve style. This particular patient was in need of the best private Boston Cosmetic Surgeon. This is one of those many stories I will share out of my vault.
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