Why I want to get into the healthcare industry

Gareth Terry has worked in an acute care unit at a local hospital for 20 years and believes he is in the right position to make a career in the health care sector.

He said he is interested in both working as an assistant and in taking a senior position.

I’ve never worked in a hospital before, so I don’t have much experience in the area, but my biggest fear is that I might have to go home and be a doctor.””

It’s not that I’m afraid of going into the job, but I feel like I need to get my head around how the whole system works,” Terry said.

“I’ve never worked in a hospital before, so I don’t have much experience in the area, but my biggest fear is that I might have to go home and be a doctor.”

Terry, who has been working in the acute care sector for over 20 years, said he wants to be able to make the transition from a “care-first” mindset to a “patient-first”.

“I have a big passion for people and I love the patients and the way they feel, so that’s what drives me to do the best I can,” he said.

“It’s important that people can have their own ideas about what they want to do and be able find a balance between their career and their personal life.”

“I’m very much looking to become a doctor, I just want to be treated well and be taken care of properly, but also that’s something I’ve always wanted to do.”

Terrys has been a GP for 13 years and is currently working as a general practitioner at a private hospital.

He said he has worked with a number of other staff members and patients at the hospital, including a nurse and an intern.

“The first time I saw someone I really liked I thought they were brilliant and they gave me advice about my career, but they didn’t seem to be the kind of people I’d want to work with,” Terrys said.