The work of medical welfare is difficult.
To be honest, I don’t have a day off because my job is related to the life of the customer.
It’s the same as caring for a parent or caring for a baby.
Same with police, fire and defense forces.
In the event of an earthquake disaster, everyone must take action.
Moreover, since support is provided from all over the country, it is not limited to the area where you work.
Even if it’s not a disaster area, I’m going to support support.
If it is a disaster area, receiving support is also a big job.
I usually leave the news on on the TV and open my e-mail on the computer at my bedside.
Even if it’s late at night on weekends, I think my reply will be quick.
I don’t think he’s there anymore, but there used to be a nursing home director who didn’t take calls on weekends.
There are nursing care accidents and staff traffic accidents.
Before Monday comes, we have to act urgently.
However, they said that they would not answer the phone because they does not work on weekends.
It’s impossible in medicine, but it was not uncommon for welfare workers.
Now, I don’t think there is such a thing as medical care, welfare nursing care, or childcare.
Yesterday, I held a memorial service for my father, and my father who was a doctor before he passed away, often received urgent calls from patients at his home late at night.
It is the age of the black phone in the living room.
Also, I have seen twice the scene where a phone call came in at the golf course on Sunday, and I flew back from the 1st hole to go to the patient.
Sometimes I was led by a police car from the golf course to the patient’s hotel.
There were many patients with such Bip.
To work at the Koyama Medical Welfare Group, you have an obligation to connect with Team Koyama 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
It is also the right to go to the aid of a friend.
It is a volunteer spirit that makes you want to go help.
Volunteering does not mean working for free.
Participate in the front line of your own free will.
For part-time workers, this is difficult.
Koyama G gives top priority to a full-time work system because it is necessary to maintain a 24-hour network.
In addition, the staff’s motivation is maintained by believing that there are always 14,000 supporters.
Earthquake disaster, even in corona cluster.
At home, I spend more time on my computer.
During that time, I can feel at ease knowing that I am a member of the Koyama G Network and that I am connected.
Even after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Even on lonely nights.
My heart is supported by the Koyama staff.
That’s why I will do my best until the end.
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