Smiles of Amare: Damaris Green, Medical Assistant
“Damaris took the time to understand my needs and concerns, treating me as not just a patient, but as an individual whose well-being truly mattered to her."
Damaris Green has been a Medical Assistant for four years but has always had a love for helping others. Her passion for care extends into her professional life, treating each patient as if they were a member of her own family. The strong bonds Damaris forms with her patients motivate her every day.
“Knowing I made the patient’s day always makes me smile,” Damaris said.
As the first and last person patients see at their appointments, Damaris takes pride in providing them with comprehensive information about their procedures and medications. Damaris’ dedication to patient care extends beyond her daily duties. At her current assignment in New Mexico, her unwavering commitment to helping a patient obtain crucial medical equipment earned her a heartfelt letter of appreciation.
“Damaris took the time to understand my needs and concerns, treating me as not just a patient, but as an individual whose well-being truly mattered to her,” said her patient.
Just as she compassionately cares for her patients, Damaris’ recruiter, Kacie Brandenburg, says she consistently treats everyone on the Amare team with the same consideration.
“She is not only a kind person, but also very easy to work with,” said Kacie. “Damaris is always responsive and professional, and I look forward to what her future holds.”
Continuing her travel-allied journey at Amare, Damaris aspires to explore new destinations and expand her horizons. Her bucket list includes exciting locations like New York City and Nevada, where she envisions immersing herself in vibrant cultures while delivering care worthy of a million smiles.
In pursuit of her lifelong passion for caring, Damaris is currently pursuing a medical degree to specialize in cardiology, with a particular focus on Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) in geriatric patients. Her dedication to improving the lives of older adults with heart conditions is truly inspiring.
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