Coming here has been the biggest life changer that I’ve ever had. They became my family, and they’ve always been there for me. Mosaic means family to me. I’ve been here for 17 years, and I’ve had the opportunity to work in about three different departments with the organization. When I go home, I have that sense of accomplishment that I actually made a difference in someone’s day. It is a place where you can find fulfillment in who you are as a person that desires to serve others. So I say to my students and my orientees all the time, ya know, there’s measures and criteria to meet, but at the end of the day, these are people just like you and me. That’s why it’s important to break down those barriers. The patient has a life. And, as a organization that cares about the patient, you have to think about their life. That helps me to connect well with my patients. And I have seen, when I talk to my patients that way, I have seen the smile on their face, which not only makes them smile but it brings me happiness, as well. When that is your passion, when that is your calling, that is something that Mosaic opens the door to and allows you that ability to exercise those gifts and those talents and truly serve. And I think that is extremely rewarding. I know that it is for me. So, in working for a community hospital, such as ours, I feel like we are doing work that needs to be done. There’s a sense of community and a sense of pride in what we do. Everybody has a job to do. They all come together as a whole, as a one. And we work together as a team. You know what, it’s nice to come to a place that is so upbeat. It’s 50 minutes for me, one way. For me, the drive is worth it. And I’m happy to come to work. I’m thankful that I’ve got a good place to come and that they take care of not only the patients but the employees, as well. They care for me, they value me. They give me multiple opportunities of growth. That’s meant a lot to me. You will feel as though whatever you choose to do within the organization or have to opportunity to do is vital and plays a big, key part in patient care.