Swisher Healthcare July 2017

MEET SARAH

OF F I CE SPOT L I GHT

Hey, everyone! As you probably know, I’m the office manager and patient advocate at the office. While I’ve worked here for a couple years, my experience helping people dates back to my teenage years. During my summers, I volunteered overseas in India, Costa Rica, and Russia before eventually running a nonprofit organization that took me around the world! After visiting 72 countries and 10 years of full-time work abroad, I returned to the U.S. and got involved in the medical field. My experiences overseas have helped me relate to people from all walks of life and backgrounds. I also relate to those in desperate need, whether that need be financial, emotional, spiritual, or physical. Working here fulfills my dream of helping people and making a difference in the world! My passion is to make others laugh, bring them hope, and help them improve present circumstances, and that’s what makes working here the perfect match for me. In September, 2015, I was involved in a severe zip line accident while on vacation. I returned back to work in a wheelchair, unable to move anything other than my arms. My experience with doctors and tests revealed that “nothing was wrong” with me; and yet, I couldn’t move, walk, turn my head, sit up on my own, or feel anything from my waist down except pain. Long story short, Dr. Thai was able to help me reverse my nerve damage and neuropathy! He had me walking

again in just three months! Until that point, I could only sympathize with our patients. But now, I can empathize. My own story positions me perfectly to be the patient advocate helping you get the care you need in our office. It’s my job to make sure you get the best care possible and things go smoothly. It’s my deepest pleasure to be a part of getting you well!

When I’m not working, I spend time enjoying

being a newlywed with my husband, Casey, and our daughter, Cate. Travel is still a vital aspect of my life, and I look forward to sharing the world with my husband and little girl!

Frozen Yogurt P I E

SUDOKU

Looking for a summer dessert you don’t have to feel guilty about indulging in? Try this easy, low-fat frozen treat!

INGREDIENTS

3 (6-ounce) containers regular yogurt (berry flavors work best)

1 premade graham cracker pie crust 1 (8-ounce) container Cool Whip 1 cup frozen or fresh mixed berries (strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries)

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DIRECTIONS

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3. Cover pie with foil or plastic lid. 4. Store in freezer for at least 3 hours, or until frozen through. 5. Serve frozen or slightly thawed.

Combine Cool Whip, mixed berries, and yogurt in a bowl. Mix with a spatula until well-blended.

2. Pour yogurt mixture into pie crust.

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