For the last 39 years, I've worked in the operating room of our home town. It has grown from a small unit where we did 3-6 cases a day to many days more than 30. When I started, we had physicians who did general practice in the afternoons so we did surgeries mainly in the mornings. Now we have many excellent surgeons who are desired by large cities but choose to live and raise their families in a small town. They are very progressive and do wonderful work. I feel privileged to be a part of it all.
Soon we are opening 2 new operating rooms that are state of the art. This morning it felt like Christmas as during our staff meeting we got a preview!Kathy, alias Yaya over at Whispering Pines is here with me below. We decided yesterday that this would make a good post because it is an exciting event in our lives....so here she is with her camera! (And I will be in her post with mine quite soon, I'm sure lol!)