Saving Lives, What It Requires
Being a health worker necessitates a tremendous degree of patience. A health worker's job include attending to emergencies and all of the health needs of patients, clients, and families, and in those moments you will realize the need of getting things right in order to avoid losing a life.
If you've ever worked in a hospital, you'll notice that everyone who comes in for treatment is impatient and demands more attention. They even wish that magic could be performed on them to make them instantaneously better.
Pain and discomfort can cause someone to be have abnormally and uncompromising. As mental health will say, everyone has an amount of madness in us, it requires a sour situation to bring it out.
Health profession is all about valuable human lives so in as much as you require patience to deal with clients, maximum patience and care is needed in reaching the right diagnosis, right patient and right medication. A little miss is likely to cause a disability and even death.
I remember the story of a nurse who got worked up by a child patient's mother which she allowed to get to her and she ended up giving adult treatment to a child resulting in a permanent disability of the child. Being a health worker and a professional even requires that you to put your pains and worries aside.
The outside world must not enter your health world. So you see what it takes to be a health worker, so remember anytime you visit the facility have patience and a little understanding so you don't some one their precious lives.