Posts Categorized: Clinical

The Chorus of My Career

The lab isn’t a quiet place–far from it, actually. If someone was to come in and record audio in our lab, they would probably classify it as “white noise.” However, to the trained ear of a Medical Technologist, the sounds of the lab make up the sound track of my day, the chorus of my… Read more »

Having Fun as a Speech-Language Pathologist

I absolutely love coming to work every day. My name is Deanna Schiff-Pasekoff and I am entering my thirty-ninth year as a Speech-Language Pathologist. On the UPMC Rehab Network at Montefiore, we see the most medically complex cases. We are a JCAHO Stroke Rehab Center of Excellence at Montefiore. Every day at work is different…. Read more »

Love What You Do

For me, choosing a career was easy. I was told at an early age that if you love what you do for a living, you will never work a day in your life. That quote has always stuck with me. My grandmother was a nurse and took such great pride and passion in her work. As… Read more »