♪ Opportunity is almost limitless. I came in as a photographer and I’m a registered nurse now. I started out as an administrative assistant in the clinical research center. I then transitioned into the role of the manager of the center. As an employer, the fact that they are interested in making our lives better, that is a great quality. We’re one of the top institutions in the country, we’re a Harvard teaching hospital. We’ve been around for almost a hundred years. Here at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, we are here to care, to educate and to discover. Human First is kind of a new tag line but it’s always been the way. There’s a real kind of culture of helping and teamwork that is really absolutely essential. Human First means putting the patient first. Treating people the way that you want to be treated. Always with a smile of course greet them with a smile, good morning how you doing? How can I help you? Before a patient is a patient, before a patient has a disease, a patient is a human being, patients are humans first. It’s been an amazing place to work. It’s a very warm place. There’s always the opportunity to climb higher and higher. It’s top notch, not only the nurses, but the house staff. I wouldn’t be an RN right now if it hadn’t been for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is on the cutting edge of changing the way that we deliver care. We develop new technologies, we develop new cures. We’re growing as a system, a system of care that will take care of patients wherever they are. We’ve contributed a lot definitely research-wise and patient care-wise. I can’t imagine the community without Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. That kind of involvement is just so important to the community. We care about people. Having that responsibility, knowing that you’re helping to make people better and making people better is making this world better. I can’t say enough about what Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has done for me in terms of my career. If you’re motivated, the sky’s the limit.