I cannot underestimate the importance of your team in the workplace we call the hospital. It can make or break you. Or your patients. I'm positive that is true for other areas of business, so forgive me for stating the obvious.
But I had to anyway. To pay homage to my new team, which was created on November 1st when we changed rotations. Everyone pulls their own weight. We all do what we are supposed to do. Even working in the clinic is not painful. The front and back office staff are fun, the love the patients every but as much as we do, and they are competent. (For any non-surgeons out there, clinic is one of the worst places to put a surgeon. Sure, it's where we meet patients we can eventually operate on, but really all we want to be doing is actively fixing something.)
So here's to my new team. Cheers.