How long have you worked with Cram Osteopaths?
Since I was 19 years old.
What attracted you to the position?
I like to meet and chat to people and saw no better way to do it than through work I enjoy where I get to meet and greet all sorts of people coming into the clinic. I have also always got on great with the Cram Family, they are a pleasure to work with.
What do you enjoy about working in Cram Osteopaths?
As well as meeting and talking to people from all walks of life, there’s a great atmosphere in the practice and we all get on really well. We all share a pride in maintaining the highest standards in all aspects of practice management.
What changes have you seen in the practice over the years?
I’ve seen modernisation in the way the practice is run, mainly down to new technology which makes managing the practice more efficient.
If you hadn’t taken the path you have, what other job could you have ended up in?
An optical receptionist, with family friends of the Cram’s!
What do you consider to be one of your greatest achievements in your career so far?
Being able to use a computer for work; I didn’t think I’d master the technology… and also lasting over 40 years!
What would you say to someone who has never used an osteopath or isn’t sure if it is for them?
Come along and have a consultation first and get some reassurance. There’s nothing to be afraid of.
What is the one surprising thing most people don’t know about you?
Whatever you need from safety pins to a hammer I usually have it – as Joanna says I’m like Mary Poppins!