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What’s a 62 year old lady doing writing a blog? Aren’t blogs something that teens and 20-somethings use like a public diary or a personal news outlet? How about if I tell you this why blog entry is showing up on the Sharing Mayo Clinic blog?
Those of us who volunteer at Mayo Clinic have been asked to help write for this blog. How cool is that? The idea is to give the world an opportunity to see the Mayo Clinic through our eyes -- almost like being a fly on the wall for those people who stumble in to read the Sharing Mayo Clinic blog.
Crawl inside my head and peer out at the world I see.
It’s 6:30 a.m. and the first volunteer comes into the office. He signs in, grabs a few stuffed animals to give to the children who come past his information desk, and heads out. Before he is five feet from the door I hear him asking: “May I help you?” A patient coming in for surgery is directed to the admissions desk. At that moment he was not sitting behind the desk with the information sign, but he saw a patient in need, and he met that need first! He was walking the walk and talking the talk of Mayo Clinic's primary value!
I invite you to come along on my blog adventure. We, Mayo's volunteers, will share our stories and experiences that make a difference in the lives of patients, visitors and staff at the Mayo Clinic!
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