"I didn't come to work at Grady Hospital over thirty years ago to get rich!I came to work here because I wanted to be rich."~ Michael Lubin, MD
All in a day's work. . . . .Top Ten hands spotted in and around Grady Hospital today. . . .
#10 - Intern Hands.
|Complete with intern pockets.|
#9 -- Electronic Medical Record Hands.
|Want to go to med school? Better learn to type. On your home keys.|
#8 -- Senior Faculty Hands.
|Dropping all kinds of knowledge.|
#7 -- Unexpectedly Funny T-Shirt-Wearing Grady Elder Hands.
Me: "You a fan of New Kids on the Block, sir?"Him: "New Kids on na' WHO?"
#6 -- Collaborating and Teaching Hands.
|Grady doctors teaching together and working together.|
#5 -- Pager hands.
|Yes. They still exist. These all belonged to one person.|
#4 -- Social Worker Hands.
|Social Workers at Grady? A godsend. And very, very necessary.|
#3 -- Sanitized Hands.
|Clean hands gets you a gold star. For real.|
#2 -- New York Native-Animated Talking Hands.
|No, this guy wasn't applauding. He's just a Grady doctor telling a story about a patient.|
And my most favorite of all. . . . .
#1 -- Holding Hands.
|Mother and daughter going to visit grandmother in the hospital. Yes. It was as sweet as it looks.|
And in case you were still wondering? I work at the best place ever. Hands down.
*Gnarly fact: All of these pictures were taken with my iPhone. Way cool, right? Shout out to my friend Angella L. at her awesome blog for hipping me to this photo-editing site! Thanks, sister!