What Is My Why: Samantha — Lung Health Institute

by | May 29, 2018 | Blog, Featured

I chose to work at the Lung Health Institute because I immediately connected with its focus on healthcare innovation. I consider myself an innovator, and I wanted to work for an organization that’s leading the future of our industry.
Every patient story touches my heart in some way. I love hearing about success stories, because I think they are one of the most powerful tools in motivating people to live healthy. I believe our success is measured by our patients’ satisfaction with our services and the care they receive when visiting. When I hear the stories of their struggles before they came to us for treatment and their success stories post-treatment, I feel a sense of personal and professional pride and accomplishment.
I love my job because people care about me as a person and about my professional growth. There is a genuine spirit of cooperation and shared goals, all revolving around helping patients, that I have not found at other organizations. The LHI culture also fosters a sense of belonging and ownership that is propelled by our leadership team, who give value to our voices.
Not only have I gained professional growth from working at LHI, but I have also gained great friends and a work family like no other. My experiences with our patients has also made me vulnerable to becoming a more humble and open-minded individual.

If you would like to learn more about how The Lung Health Institute values patients and works tirelessly to offer treatments that help reduce the symptoms associated with chronic lung conditions, contact one of our dedicated Patient Coordinators today. We are here to help you take the next step toward Breathing Easier.

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