Medical Social Worker : The Interview

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Medical Social Worker: The Interview “Diversity makes for a rich tapestry. We must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value, no matter their color; equal in importance no matter their texture,” by Maya Angelou. I met my interviewee, Bill Hemphill through a mutual relative in my family who was generous enough to provide his contact information. Although he was he was a busy man, he agreed to let me interview him at his office. At first, I thought he was very strict and sympathetic , as a social worker should .To become a qualified Medical Social Worker you must be hard working, educated and dedicated. Upon meeting him he seem very courteous to those around him; he came up to me and shook my hand and praised me from becoming a “fellow” social worker. My impressions of him were that he was a delightful man who would give the world to his patients. We walked to his office and he shut the door behind to give us privacy. He bluntly said “ask any question you like about me and my career.”

“Where did you go to get the position you have here today?” I asked. He explained that he attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill his undergraduate years and University of North Carolina at Charlotte his graduate earning a master’s in social work. In addition to, a North Carolina state licensed in clinical social work. “My long list of education has taught and shown me how to properly get my studies completed within a certain time. I do advise you to…

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