Professionalism means many things and one of the most important aspects of protecting a profession is pursuing a field wholeheartedly and with a vision to solve the problems that bar progress among many people in the world. If passion is put before earning, then money and satisfaction will follow automatically at the right moment. This describes the story of Maggie Gill, a healthcare executive whose effort saw the development of her career to rank among the most outstanding professionals in the health sector.
She boasts of having worked with more than one successful companies, and her ideas have helped to shape the health industry to a large extent. Maggie Gill is a great inspiration to those who want to build their careers or to achieve great results in their lives. She has been in the healthcare industry for more than 10 years and every day of her life has been a new discovery and a new opportunity to make change. Of the qualities she possesses, dedication and passion to one’s career are vital for success.
Education and career success
Without the needed knowledge, it would be difficult for a professional to change things or achieve great goals. Maggie Gill is a professional whose effort allowed her to display the skills she possesses and her drive to offer the world better ways of dealing with challenges.
To gain skills as an executive, she joined the Arizona State University and graduated with high honors. This led her to pursue an MBA at Saint Leo University, emerging magna cum laude. Getting the two credentials did not trigger her to settle but she continued to pursue more areas and in the process was able to enroll for strategic thinking and management at Wharton School. With the commitment she put to her career, many companies wanted to have her as part of their team of professionals.
Her career began at Tenet Health System and this is where she also showcased her unique skills to the world. While working at Tenet, she managed to record great results and in effect was awarded three times the Tenet Outstanding CFO. Her service also extended to several other companies including Coral Gables Hospital and Palmetto South Florida Health System. In 2004 when she joined Memorial Health as deputy CEO, she had sufficient experience to work as a top executive. She was picked in 2011 to become the CEO of Memorial Health.