Welcome back to our Life at LetsGetChecked series, a sequence of features that offer insight into what it’s really like to work at LetsGetChecked.
This week, we spoke with Mo Saba, our Nurse Trainer. Mo has always been passionate about healthcare and encouraging people to take an interest in their health, values which strongly align with their role in LetsGetChecked; “Working at LetsGetChecked, I am able to empower people to take control of their own health by equipping them with the necessary tools to make the best health decisions for themselves.”
When did you join LetsGetChecked?
I joined in March 2020.
What is your current role at LetsGetChecked?
I am the Nurse Trainer.
Why did you join LetsGetChecked?
I have always been passionate about health education and getting people more involved in their own health care. Working at LetsGetChecked, I am able to empower people to take control of their own health by equipping them with the necessary tools to make the best health decisions for themselves.
How would you describe a typical day as a Nurse Trainer at LetsGetChecked?
Every day is a little bit different! I hold training sessions, create presentations and other content, and plan for upcoming training needs. Most days, I participate in meetings to learn about new tech, tests, or processes. I take what I learn from these meetings and incorporate it into the training sessions I lead for new and current nurses. Since medicine and the needs of our customers are constantly evolving, I make sure our nurses evolve alongside.
What do you like most about the LetsGetChecked nursing team?
Everyone is smart, reliable, and friendly. Our team dynamic makes work fun and keeps us in touch with our coworkers no matter how far away they might be! Despite all the challenges we have faced during the pandemic, our team always finds a way to keep spirits high and support each other.
Do you have any favorite customer success stories from your time at LetsGetChecked?
It is always satisfying to give the customer the news they are hoping for, but the most important part of my interactions with customers is helping them deal with news they were not expecting to hear. These conversations can be tough, but my favorite part of working with customers is supporting them so that they feel prepared to take the next step in their journey.