Compassion and Zeal in Striving for What She Believes
I've been a physician for the last decade. I met Kim in 2015, she was the VP of Physician Services and Recruiter at McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center. After the interview process, I accepted the position and the decision was reciprocated. Being Canadian and expecting my first child meant there was a bit more paperwork to be undertaken. The priority was to get the medical insurance activated so I could have my child here in the U.S. However, it was not normal for administration to activate the health insurance before commencement.
Kim, was so empathetic with my situation, supporting me to get the paperwork sorted before the delivery date which she accomplished, thereby welcoming me to my work family. Fast forward five years and two children later, Eugene is the place for our family to grow roots. I am forever indebted to Kim's compassion and zeal in striving for what she believes.