I’m Not Sure I Could Do That – Women’s Health, SonoSite Ultrasound

I’m Not Sure I Could Do That – Women’s Health, SonoSite Ultrasound


(sirens wailing) (sad music) – There are definitely,
some of the patients come in that they just really get to you. – So, it was Merry Christmas,
you have breast cancer. – And I get off the phone, and I’m like, she just thanked me for
telling me, for you know, me telling her that she had cancer. – And we kidded around,
and that’s what I need. I need somebody that can say, yeah, you’re gonna need a
good glass of wine tonight. – If I was not using ultrasound, she came in with her
mammograms and ultrasounds, I would look at them on the view box, say yeah, there’s your tumor. But I can’t feel anything, and the radiologist is
gonna stick a wire there, and we’ll know for sure
that we got it out. – She just was very sure
of what was going on, and what was gonna happen to me. – Now what I can do is
scan them in the office, she’s here with her husband,
they both see the pictures, they look exactly like the pictures that the radiologist took, and they know then that
I’m gonna take this to the operating room and actually remove what needs to be removed. – The milestones are
really important to me. Let’s say we’re at Tucker’s graduation. – I love what I do. This is pretty much my life. – And like we were saying before, I guess I would just be really thankful I was born in this time. That we have doctors that do what they do, and we have medicine
that does what it does. – The fact that I don’t have
to rely on a radiologist allows me to just do what I need to do and I think it allows me to
take better care of my patients. – I’d just be really
grateful that I’m still here. – And that gives me,
actually, a lot of strength and a lot of satisfaction. To see what they’re able to go through. I’m not sure I could do that. (inspirational music)

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