In this episode, The Healing Healthcare Project, Sarah brings her global health experience, travel nursing experience, and passion for caring for the caregiver to the table as we envision how much better healthcare could be if we provided healthcare professionals the space they need to practice self-care.
I struggle to summarize this episode because we touch on so much. We talk a bit about the struggles and excitement of starting a business. The heartache of watching people wrestle with burnout. The importance of morning routines. And the hope of the good things that can happen when people show up more whole.
Sarah first realized her love for health care as a teenager on her first medical mission trip with her father in Haiti. She has traveled extensively as a cardiac nurse. It was while she was on the road that she first realized her passion for helping service based workers. While working at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC, she was inspired by the extensive processes in place that enabled healthcare providers to function at their highest levels.
After her first child was born, she returned to the heart of the Midwest where she continued to work as a cardiac nurse at one of the first fully integrated cardiovascular systems in the country.
Most recently she worked in the corporate health care environment for one of the nation’s leading insurance providers where she embraced the high standards of client care processes that sparked her own standard of excellence.
She now trains leaders in healthcare to maximize their impact by facing the emotional weight of caregiving head on. If you are tired of going through the motions and are ready to feel alive in your career, You will love this episode!
Be sure to check out Sarah’s new website and follow her journey on social media.
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