Reaching Our Dreams – Ma Katherina #ThankfulThursdays
#ThankfulThursdays posts celebrate the career and personal achievements of our healthcare professionals who have reached the end of their temp-to-perm assignments at their assigned PassportUSA client healthcare organizations.
PassportUSA is honored to have employed Ma Katherina (aka Kathy), a registered nurse, who has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment.
While in the U.S., Kathy achieved her top life goals including marrying the love of her life and purchasing her first U.S. home. She has a short commute to her work location and enjoys the safe community and great school district for her son. With her son adapting well in school, Kathy feels at home and is embodying the #AmericanDream!
A Top Performer
While she was on assignment, Kathy gained experience with patient handling and acquired NIH stroke scale certification. She is proud to have developed her nursing skills.
In Kathy’s final annual performance review, her assigned facility’s Nursing Director stated,
“Kathy does a great job. She is always willing to help and participate in the teamwork. She is compassionate and caring toward her patients. I hope that Kathy will stay with us once her PassportUSA contract is complete.”
Reflecting on Her Journey
“I got married in 2017 after 13 years of dating the father of my 7-year-old son. We got the chance to finally reach our dreams to be together as a family. We are so happy to be united with our little boy.
PassportUSA assisted my family with processing our papers and every staff member is helpful and able to answers all questions well. They took care of us during our arrival and were always there for us throughout our journey. I’d like to thank my PassportUSA International Employee Supervisor, Jamie, for always being there if I had any questions.
I’d also like to thank my assigned facility for becoming my second family. This is a great facility to work at. It’s a healthy work environment and the supervisors are very professional and the people in the area are friendly and always happy. My coworkers became my strength in the times I was down, especially when my husband and my son were not with me sometimes.”
What’s next for Kathy?
Kathy excitedly accepted a direct employment offer from the facility. We know she will continue to exceed her employer’s and patients’ expectations.
Thank you Kathy! We wish you the best of luck.
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