Medical
View the interview for: Registered Nurse

Registered Nurse

Advocate Christ Medical Center   (Homer Glen, IL)

Evangelical School of Nursing in Oak Lawn

"I wanted to help people, and there arenít many professions where you can help someone more directly than in the medical field."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 3

Views: 3,255

Date: 01/04/08

View the interview for: Prosthetist and Orthotist

Prosthetist and Orthotist

American Prosthetics and Orthotics Inc.   (Des Moines, IA)

Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine - M.D.

"We always tell people that if they like working with their hands and helping other people, this industry will treat the individual incredibly well."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 2

Views: 10,850

Date: 12/26/07

View the interview for: Physical Therapist

Physical Therapist

American Physical Therapy Association   (Coralville, IA)

Performance Therapies

"Nothing is status quo. Everybody is different. I could have the same diagnosis with two different bodies or two different problems. You have to stay flexible, because you never know what youíre going to get."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 2

Views: 5,428

Date: 01/10/08

View the interview for: General Manager of Dental Lab

General Manager of Dental Lab

Pro-Dent Laboratory   (Corona, CA)

University of California, Irvine

"The most satisfying aspect of my job is to have the dentist happy with the quality of the work. If the dentists are happy, that means that their patients are very happy."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 1

Views: 2,978

Date: 12/25/07

View the interview for: Dentist

Dentist

Garry J Barone DDS & Associates   (Sacramento, CA)

University of Michigan - D.D.S.

"I would give anyone who came to me and wanted to be a dentist a thumbs-up and say, ĎAbsolutely.'"

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 7

Views: 7,318

Date: 12/26/07

View the interview for: Chiropractor

Chiropractor

BAC to Health   (Beverly Hills, CA)

University of Portland

"The type of person who succeeds in this field is a people person. People skills are very important and really can't be taught."

Rating: 0 out of 5
Ratings: 0

Views: 3,085

Date: 01/08/08

View the interview for: Care Coordinator

Care Coordinator

Van Meter, IA

"We usually see patients and their families at their worst. They are sick and scared, and we have to ease their fears, ease their pain, and answer their questions."

Rating: 0 out of 5
Ratings: 0

Views: 2,444

Date: 01/18/08

View the interview for: Clinical Dietitian

Clinical Dietitian

Metropolitan State Hospital   (Sun Valley, CA)

"I consider my profession a practical profession. The basic necessity of manÖis food!"

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 3

Views: 5,435

Date: 12/24/07

View the interview for: General Internal Medicine Physician

General Internal Medicine Physician

Folsom, CA

"Itís most important for me to try to continually try to be in the patientís shoes and to see the world from their perspective rather than my professional perspective."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 20

Views: 3,417

Date: 12/28/07

View the interview for: Optometrist

Optometrist

Dubuque, IA

"I feel like I learn something from every single patient, and I love that."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 4

Views: 6,884

Date: 01/16/08

View the interview for: Psychologist

Psychologist

Folsom, CA

"Sometimes youíre one of the few people in someoneís life who gets to share a very private, personal time with themÖ itís really an honor to be allowed into someoneís inner world."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 4

Views: 3,011

Date: 12/22/07

View the interview for: Registered Nurse - Nursing Home

Registered Nurse - Nursing Home

Harbor Crest Nursing Home   (Clinton, IA)

"You need to be a kind, giving, caring and patient person. If you're selfish and you don't like to work hard, don't do this. "

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 3

Views: 4,766

Date: 12/27/07

View the interview for: Veterinarian

Veterinarian

Islip, NY

"If you've owned a pet you'd love to be a vet."

Rating: 5 out of 5
Ratings: 1

Views: 3,680

Date: 02/04/08