Sheila Gamble has been a pharmacy technician at Rush University Medical Center for nearly 25 years.
“My job is important because what I do is I make sure I try to get the drugs out to the patient in a timely fashion,” she says.
Most of Gamble’s work is behind the scenes, so she doesn’t have much one-on-one contact with patients. But they’re always on her mind.
“The most rewarding part about this job is basically just knowing that we get a chance to get the medications up to the patients, and knowing that in the end they’ll hopefully feel better.”