Our newest member of the Right Care Alliance team is Hannah George (pictured left), the intern for the Women’s Health Council. So far she has helped launch several new initiatives for the council, including the women’s health survey and resource guide.
Hannah is a psychology major at Cambridge College and a state-certified nursing assistant and home health aide. Find out what brings Hannah to the Right Care movement, in her own words:
Committed and passionate are two characteristics that are reflective of my character. Since childhood, I have wanted to work in a health care setting such as a nursing home or assisted living facility. I want to make a positive difference in the lives of my clients, to show them compassion and remind them how valuable they are to me.
It has been two years, going on three, since I became a State-Licensed Certified Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide. I have the privilege of providing quality and compassionate care to seniors and I love what I do. However, I wanted a more active role in health care where I could have a larger impact in advocacy and policy.
Thankfully I found out about Right Care Alliance, and I am so delighted and grateful to be apart of Right Care Alliance and the Women’s Health Council. I feel surrounded by wise minds and caring hearts, all devoted to ensuring that women receive quality health care that is uncompromising and affordable.
In addition to the knowledge and experience I gain from attending college, I am learning so much since being a part of the Women’s Health Council and the Right Care Alliance. It has been an enriching opportunity so far, and I am sure it will continue to be. What truly makes me passionate about right care is that I have seen the benefits it brings. Right care produces smiles on people faces, a relief to those who worry about their state of health, and it’s an essential resource that people can rely on when they need it most.