Our year of gratefulness

As many of us prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, the Ferrum Team gathered around a virtual dining room table to share the things we’re most grateful for during the past year. Yes, there have been challenges, but it’s those struggles that make us truly appreciate our blessings and bring us closer together – as a team and as a global healthcare community.

As a team, we’re grateful for the opportunity to truly impact healthcare and bring life-saving AI technology to health systems worldwide. As part of the greater healthcare community, we’re thankful for the amazing clinicians we partner with and the tireless work they’re doing to advance early cancer diagnosis and patient care.

Going around our virtual Thanksgiving table, the Ferrum Team shared their personal stories of gratefulness, here are a few…

I am grateful to be learning every day as we work together at Ferrum to re-imagine the future of healthcare. I am also grateful for a hope-filled 2021, for the opportunity to come back together with family and friends, and the value of true human connection and compassion.

I'm thankful for the ability to lead an optimistic, 'new normal' life from the aftermath of the pandemic including strengthening existing connections with family and friends and finally also being able to build new ones.

I'm so thankful for a wonderful, talented, supportive, and fun team that I get to work with every day!

I'm grateful for the amazing Ferrum Team, how we support each other and work together to truly make a difference for patients and those providing care.

This year I'm thankful for the amazing vaccines that have made in-person socialization so much safer.

I am thankful to be gainfully employed and to have the support of my family and loves ones. I am also thankful for my truck and 3 horses named Guapito, Zed, and Bristol.

I'm thankful for the people at Ferrum Health that I work with trying each and every day to reduce errors in healthcare while still embracing the humanity of the industry.

I am thankful that I get to spend Thanksgiving Day with my granny this year because she hasn't been doing too well.

I am thankful that my family in India remained safe and well during the COVID pandemic second wave due to the Delta variant. The greatest wealth is health.

Today I'm thankful for the opportunity to help and support our true heroes on the frontline. Thank you to the doctors, nurses and healthcare workers showing up every day to keep us healthy and safe!

This year, I am grateful for all the extra outdoor activities my family enjoys. I will remember we saw the sunrise after enduring 2 stormy days of camping.

Happy Thanksgiving from the Ferrum Team.

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Kathleen Poulos

Kathleen is a registered nurse with a digital marketing background, a love for using technology to solve healthcare challenges and a passion for improving patient care.

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