"As a physician, I have had the opportunity and the privilege of caring for others, which many in medicine may forget in the hustle, bustle, and stress of everyday practice. This is a singular honor that not everyone can claim."
Edward A. Styduhar, Jr., D.O.
"What are you most looking forward to during your employment at SHS?"
With the the arrival of new Student Worker Nursing Assistants for the fall semester, we asked:
As a student worker at Beutel, I’m excited to be a part of something bigger than myself. I look forward to getting hands-on experience and to be a part of a health care team.” Lissa Nguyen, Class of 2019
“I am excited to get hands-on experience in the medical field by forming relationships with my coworkers and patients.” Allison Owen, Class of 2017
“I am looking forward to being exposed to different clinical procedures, learning more about the medical field, gaining hands-on experience, as well as forming new relationships with my co-workers.” Niara McDonald, Class of 2019
“I am looking forward to experiencing new things and expanding my medical knowledge.” Cooper Warne, Class of 2020
“What I truly cherish in life is bonds. The most important thing to me in a workplace is friendship bonds with my team! I hope to gain a lot of patient care experience but I also really want lifelong connections with people in my field. This experience will also help confirm my passion for healthcare.” Kyisha Butcher (Ky), Class of 2019
“I am looking forward to getting to interact with other students in a clinical setting. This hands-on experience will allow me to better understand the administration and all that they do to serve the student body.” Mitchell Moczygemba, Class of 2019
“I am looking forward to learning more about medicine. I am also looking forward to working with other SHS employees.” Lindsey Kessel, Class of 2018
“I’m most excited about the opportunity to learn about medical care for a group as diverse as Texas A&M’s student population.” Shelbie Carr, Class of 2018
“I am looking forward to having the opportunity to learning more about the patient care side of medicine. I hope to earn more connections through this experience that I can cherish throughout my career.” Jeslin Malayil, Class of 2019
“What I’m looking forward to as a new student worker nursing assistant is to gain knowledge and experiences with the full-time staff that could help me transform into a healthcare provider I want to become.” Michelle Huynh, Class of 2018
“I am most excited about the direct patient contact I will be receiving with this position. This is also a rewarding process because I will get to take part in caring for my fellow Aggies. WHOOP to that!” Britny Vale, Class of 2017
“I am looking forward to learning about the medical field, from different doctors/nurses, [and] making memories with a great group of people…(aka the Beutel SWANs)”
Chelsea Sues, Class of 2018
“I am looking forward to being apart of a patient care team that is upheld to the highest of standards. I can already tell that being a SWNA will be a large part of my Aggie experience!”
Catherine Miesen, Class of 2019
“I’m most excited about meeting physicians and nursing staff that are passionate about helping us learn. It’s really great to see how much they care about our education and development as future healthcare professionals.”
Madeline Dixon, Class of 2018
“I am looking forward to working with a diverse group of people and assisting in the process of keeping Aggies healthy. I am also looking forward to the experiences I will encounter that will inspire me in the career I will pursue.” Stephany Johnson, Class of 2019
“I am most looking forward to gaining more knowledge and experience in the medical field. This experience is what I’ll be using as a basis for my career goal of becoming a pediatric nurse practitioner.” Gus Macias, Class of 2020
“I am most looking forward to getting hands-on patient contact, becoming more comfortable with my skills and patient care altogether, and networking with other health care professionals.”
Mikayla Jones, Class of 2020
“I look forward to gaining the invaluable medical experience that the nurses, doctors, and other medical staff can provide. The best part will be getting to talk to patients and learn how to better serve them. I am thankful that I will be able to use that information for my future career." Cameron Redmond, Class of 2018
“I’m really looking forward to getting hands-on experience for our professional schooling and future careers. The connections formed here are going to be very beneficial and memorable as well. Thanks and Gig ‘Em!
Jenna Snyder, Class of 2019