In a recent column for The Canadian Press, the Canadian surgical technician said she was unable to get a new job because of a medical emergency, so she decided to leave her job.
“I’m working at the hospital and I can’t work,” she wrote.
“The hospital is a big job that’s hard to find, and it’s stressful.
I’ve had to make a few compromises because of that.”
I can’t even get a good job because I’m too old, or have a medical condition.
– The Canadian surgical tech, age 34, who left her job to get help for a medical crisis, told The Canadian News in an interview.
“It’s a big decision, but I don’t want to leave my job.
It’s not a big enough risk to make me want to quit my job.”
She said she had to get her license and work with a new team to cover more of the hospital’s operations and that the hospital needed more people in the office.
“The hospital needs more people, because we’re not paying enough,” she said.
“If the hospital had a full-time hospital technician, we could pay her for the work she does.”
The medical crisis in the hospital was highlighted in recent weeks by an article in the CBC’s Health and Wellness section that reported a series of surgeries that were performed with little or no surgical training, and the hospital continued to see patient after patient without a proper mask or gloves.
The hospital told CBC News that the lack of training was due to an ongoing staffing shortage and said the hospital did not receive any funding for the surgeries.
The CBC report also said that while most surgical technicians do their work under direct supervision, some nurses and other staff may be unable to provide the necessary care to the patients who need it.
The surgical technician told The CBC that she and her colleagues are trying to make it up to them by working on the side and helping patients.
“We are not good at this,” she told The Associated Press.
“We need to work hard, and that’s the only way we can help.”