Hospital exec goes from housekeeping to vice president

February 6, 2020

From housekeeper to vice president over nursing, Mike Hyde has just about done it all at St. Mary's Hospital in Jefferson City, Mo., according to an article on the News-Tribune.

Hyde started his career at the hospital about 30 years ago, when he was just 20.

He began his career at the hospital as a housekeeper. After about a year, he was offered the chance to use on-the-job training to become a surgical technologist.

He eventually got a degree in nursing. He is now responsible for monitoring how nurses are doing. If they get off track, he helps find ways to improve, the article said.

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