Something that I’ve learned about leadership is the importance of communication. Where there is poor communication, there is a poor leadership. The leadership within the hospital sets the example and must understand the importance of communicating with their peers. Although there will always be a hierarchy in hospitals, strong communication can neutralize that hierarchy and make everyone feel comfortable to share their ideas and thoughts, no matter who is in the room. Now, there is not a lot of brainstorming in my position, but there is a lot of communication. I found that Dr. Jamerson was able to communicate so well with everyone in his workspace and to myself. The patient-provider relationship is something that is crucial in order for doctors to be able to provide the best care possible. Patients literally loved Dr. Jamerson and would consistently tell me how lucky I was to be working under him. It was something I admired and strive for.
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