If you’re working in any form of healthcare, then you know life is about to get very interesting.
Of course there’s the usual rush of winter issues (flu, bronchitis, injuries from falls, seasonal depression…) But there’s so much more to look forward to.
All the joys of Christmas preparation. (Panic. Exhaustion. Crush injuries from last-minute Christmas shopping. Unless they’re doing it all on Amazon, of course…)
All the merriment of Christmas itself. (Injuries and other trauma from the annual family row. Food poisoning. Mothers with advanced chronic fatigue syndrome. Or nervous collapse. Or repetitive strain injury from keeping small hands out of the Christmas biscuit box…)
And then there’s the New Year. All those people coming in several stones heavier than they were a month ago. And wanting your advice on their latest dieting fad. (Which – without a lot of encouragement from you – they will abandon after two weeks or less.) At least the local gym will benefit. (Dozens of new subscriptions. Few, if any, actually used…)
All of these things mean more work for you. At a time when you, too, may be hoping for some seasonal cheer. You might even need some care yourself. Which won’t, for example, include an emergency home visit to Mrs Thing’s youngest, who has pulled an interesting selection of muscles while testing the trampoline she got for Christmas. (Hopefully she’ll bounce back.)
Caring for healthcare professionals – and staff…
Let’s face it, this can be a tricky time of year for everyone. And as healthcare professionals you want to do your very best for the people who depend on your services.
So perhaps a couple of extra hands at the pumps might give you – and them – the chance for a little more seasonal cheer. And that’s where we can help.
Managing emails. Handling calls – and appointments. Doing the stuff that needn’t, and shouldn’t, be taking up your time. Especially when you need it for something more important.
Give us a call, or drop in for a chat, as soon as you can and we’ll work with you to lighten your admin load. And to ensure your callers have a helpful, proactive response right through the festive season, and beyond.
Think of it as an early New Year’s resolution…