Juliet Mbabazi is the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) King Faisal Hospital. She was serving as Chief Pharmacist at that very hospital.
Below,she shares with you her typical working day:
I just find myself awake, but what am sure of is that by 6.30a.m I leave for work.
That is after taking a cup of tea. Since the responsibilities I hold have changed, by 7a.m I must be in office unlike before.
Checking my mails is the first thing I do and respond to some that need urgent attention.
I then deal with doctors, nurses and suppliers depending on their different needs. But given this current post, I am not dealing with them directly like I used to since they have to go through some offices.
When I get some free time, I get out for lunch but most times I have it in office. I do not have official time to stop work but between 7 to 8p.m I go home.
By 9p.m, I must be home. I relax and have supper any time I get home. But I do not immediately go to bed. I have to spend sometime checking and responding to some mails that I was not able to reply during the day.
However, the latest I go to bed is 11p.m so that I am able to wake-up on time the next day.