Destiny is always showing compassion through a friendly face, warm smile, kind word, and helping hand.
“Destiny is a fairly new associate at CHI St. Joseph Health. Destiny carries herself as a professional at all times. Destiny loves being able to make a small difference, whether it is a friendly face or encouraging word. One aspect I love is the offering of hand sanitizer. What might seem like a small gesture can be big to a patient physically unable to get out of bed easily to wash their hands. Destiny is thankful for her small role she gets to play in the lives of her patients and helps make a difference in their lives. Destiny also feels that CHI St. Joseph Health has great benefits for her family. She would like to advance and grow with the organization. She has already started to do so as she has taken on the role of interim supervisor here in the kitchen. I am excited to see the growth in the future and many more things to come from Destiny.”
Q: Destiny, what do your daily activities include?
A: Delivering food trays to patients, meeting their needs while delivering them, and then picking up the trays after they are finished eating.
Q: What do you love most about your job?
A: The thing I love the most about my job is the interaction with the patients. I feel like I can make a difference in their day by being a friendly face, a warm smile, a kind word, and a helping hand to them.
Q: What made you want to work in healthcare?
A: I needed a good job with insurance to help support my family, and CHI St. Joseph Health is a reputable organization to work for in our community.
Q: Where did you go to school?
A: Biloxi High School and San Jacinto Community College
Q: What do you like most about CHI St. Joseph Health?
A: The benefits and the opportunities to advance for hard workers.
Q: How would you describe your philosophy of care?
A: Make a difference, even in the small things. Be a bright spot in someone’s dark time of need. Show compassion, always.
Q: What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
A: Being with family, hiking, riding bikes, and working out.