I wanted to say thank you to everyone who has left comments on my past posts and shown encouragement to the topics discussed. I will be taking a break from blogging but wanted to encourage everyone in the clinical pathology field to keep up the hard work of patient care behind the scenes. I hope you can be ambassadors of laboratory services and help influence the care of patients in positive ways throughout the hospital systems you work in.
In lieu of a holiday card, I wanted to sign off blogging with a meme for all clinical pathologists out there:
-Lori Racsa, DO, is the director of microbiology, immunology, and chemistry at Unity Point Health Methodist, and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine at Peoria. While microbiology is her passion, has a keen interest in getting the laboratory involved as a key component of an interdisciplinary patient care team.
2 thoughts on “Lonely Life of a Clinical Pathologist: Thank You”
Thank you for everything that you have shared with us! It is a wonderful career, and a mystery to many, indeed!
Thank you for this post! I find myself currently battling management to recognize that patient care come first. They don’t seem to want to fix the issues. It’s so unfortunate. You’re post brought some happiness in this crazy world.