Anysia

Anysia is a naturally kind and hard-working person. She has a strong work ethic and uses this to ensure her patients receive the best care throughout their surgery.

Medbelle position

Patient Care Adviser

Anysia

Introduction

Anysia is from a small town in the West of Galway, Ireland. She has volunteered for sports activities for disabled children throughout her life including horseriding. In college, she volunteered for swimming lessons with disabled children. Seeing the joy these sports bring to the children and being able to help and guide them throughout the sessions brought a lot of happiness and developed Anysia’s experience greatly. Anysia is a great asset to the Patient Care Adviser team, bringing her compassion and motivation to help people to the role, supporting patients throughout their journey

Job responsibilities

  • Guide patients through their surgical journey from the first call until recovery, giving patients personalised one-to-one support
  • Provide high-quality treatment knowledge and trusted resources, ensuring all patients are informed on all aspects of their care
  • Schedule consultations between the patient and their surgeon, removing the stress and hassle from the patient
  • Coordinate patients’ surgery allowing patients to concentrate on their recovery
  • Be the patient's point of contact throughout their journey, giving the patients reassurance and constant support from start to finish

Anysia in her own words

Favourite memory with a patient

I had a lovely patient from Birmingham who was interested in a Breast Enlargement procedure. She initially contacted me as her friend had her Breast Enlargement procedure with Medbelle only a few months previously and had a wonderful experience. I booked her in with the same surgeon her friend had seen, and she instantly felt comfortable and confident in moving forward. I reached out to her over the last few months to get updates on her recovery. She is absolutely delighted with her results and feels confident and happy within her body.

What’s one thing you wish patients knew?

Having surgery is a very personal, individual decision. It's very important that you do as much research as possible about every aspect of the procedure, including your aftercare. Gathering as much information as you can makes each step of the process more familiar and less daunting. You can never be too informed on things like these!

A piece of advice you’d give someone considering surgery?

I would advise sitting down and thinking about why you are interested in having a procedure done and making sure your thought process is rational and realistic. When considering physically changing your body, you must also be aware and understand how this will affect you mentally. I would highly recommend having an open conversation with your close friends and family and being open to listening to their points of view on the topic.

Other interests

Outside of my job, I have a huge passion for art. I am a watercolour and wood-burning artist and am constantly learning how the ever-changing business of artworks. I would love to one day travel the world with my art and immerse myself in the countless different art cultures around the globe.

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