Dr Bhajneek Grewal is a doctor at St Gemma’s, approaching the end of her year-long rotation at the Hospice. She shares some of the things that make St Gemma’s such a positive and empowering place to work:
“In a healthcare system that can often feel overwhelming and disheartening, St Gemma’s restores your faith in human care and kindness. I come into work every day trusting implicitly that the team around me are going to do their absolute best on any given day. How many people can say that about the place they work?
I’ve worked in many healthcare settings and seen the importance of solid leadership in empowering a team to perform at its best. St Gemma’s is a “Yes” place, where innovation and new ideas roll up and down the organisation, and every step of the way, people focus on how to make things happen. This culture of positivity and support fosters an environment where new ideas are welcomed, and progress is made.
One of the unique aspects of working at St Gemma’s Hospice is the access to academic training. The Hospice is dedicated to providing its employees with the education and resources they need to excel in their roles. This commitment to education not only benefits the team, but it also means the patients we serve receive the best possible care.
It’s a silent badge of honour that needs to be heralded loud and clear across the city. If you want to make a difference, and have an idea of how to do it, St Gemma’s is the place to work. They’ll even throw in a small army of experts to help you deliver it.”