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“I want to feel good about my work when I wake up in the morning.”
Monty Cox, R.N., Clinical Nurse Leader, Medical Surgery & Telemetry,
When I got out of the Army, I decided to go into nursing even though I didn’t really know much about it. A college advisor told me I should work in a nursing home to get a sense of what the profession was like.
I loved it right from the start. I loved everything about it. I loved taking care of people. I’d never done anything like it, but it just felt right.
A few years after I graduated, I came to Unity Hospital. And I’ve been here ever since.
I really like working at Unity. People are friendly and easy-going. It’s a great learning environment. And it’s easy to explore new opportunities and find a job that really interests you.
But the best part of my job is the people I work with. I know I can count on them if I need help. And I want to do whatever I can to help them, too. We have a strong sense of loyalty to each other. In fact, they’re really like family.
Some people hate their jobs when they get up in the morning. But that’s never been a problem for me. I’ve been here for more than 10 years now. And I’ve never regretted my decision to become a Unity nurse.
Join me. Join us.