Meet Our Employee of the Month- Ebelia Lopez
Employee of the Month
Jun 30, 2023
7 min read
Ebelia is the go-to nurse that everyone trusts to deliver excellent care for seniors. She is among our team's most dependable nurses because of her unshakable commitment to both her work in the healthcare field and taking care of her patients. Ebelia continually goes above and beyond to make sure her patients receive the finest treatment possible, demonstrating her outstanding abilities to handle challenging medical situations with ease. Ebelia has been chosen as our employee of the month for all of the aforementioned reasons.
Tell us a little bit about your journey in the healthcare field?
My healthcare journey all began way back when I was a senior in High School. I was assigned to a class called Work Study by my teacher. My teacher then asked me if I would consider a field in nursing, wouldn’t pass the opportunity so I signed up for it and worked as an activity assistant at a nursing home.
What drove you to become a professional Nurse?
I for one of many people am driven to become a nurse because I have a deep-rooted desire to make a positive impact on the lives of others. I also find fulfillment in providing care, comfort, and support to patients during times of vulnerability and need. When I first began to get passionate about nursing, I was inspired by the way the nursing staff interacted with the residents. How much the patients relied on them for support.
What do you like most about your job?
Building relationships with seniors is one of the most fulfilling aspects of my work as a healthcare provider. I am able to comprehend their needs and medical histories better by listening to their tales and engaging in meaningful conversations. Additionally, it fosters empathy and compassion, both of which are extremely helpful for me in their healing process. Seniors' worry and stress can be reduced with my assistance by developing trust and a connection with them, which makes for a more satisfying and rewarding healthcare experience.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
In my spare time, I like to bond with my family by watching movies, playing games, singing, dancing, and even going on picnics, especially with my three kids. As a certified fur mom, I also have three dogs that I love to play with and give treats to. Being around my family makes it possible for me to get away from the stresses of daily life. By being around them I am able to recharge and maintain a healthy balance of my personal life outside of my work so that I can return to my duties with new enthusiasm and clarity.
How would you describe Care Indeed's culture?
The culture at Care Indeed is truly remarkable, as it fosters a sense of care and support. I greatly admire the way the staff consistently goes above and beyond to address my concerns, making me feel comfortable expressing my opinions and worries. They not only listen attentively but also provide valuable guidance to assist me in making improved choices during my daily fieldwork. As a result, I feel self-assured and confident in myself by the end of each day.
What do you think about being the employee of the month?
I am deeply grateful to everyone for this recognition as the employee of the month. This acknowledgment serves as a validation of the tireless efforts I have put forth over the previous months. I attribute my success not only to my hard work but also to the unwavering support I have received from the Care Indeed team. Their encouragement has motivated me to give my best in everything I do.
Is there anything you want to share with your colleagues?
I would also like to extend my heartfelt thanks to all the colleagues I had the pleasure of working with, including CNA's, caregivers, and nurses. Your dedication, expertise, and teamwork have made my work experience truly exceptional. I deeply appreciate the support and camaraderie we share, and I am grateful for the opportunity to work alongside such amazing individuals.
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