The Ghosh Center’s patient focus is more than just a process or collection of appointments and treatments.

Terri Hamilton

Terri HamiltonMy job is to greet and make the patients feel welcome. In 2013, I came to The Ghosh Center as the receptionist. It is my dream job.

It feels as though my whole life has prepared me for my current career. My background includes the US Postal Service, where I worked in human resources and served as postmaster of Springville. After 24 years of service, I took an early retirement in 2012. Memories of my very first hospital job and my love for the medical field led me to work for one year at a local hospital registering outpatients. From there, I came full circle to The Ghosh Center.

In 2007, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. That was when I met Dr Ghosh and his team. Having faith in him and the entire team helped me endure a difficult time. I’m honored to be part of that team, where I strive to brighten the days of patients.

I have twin daughters, Emily and Jessica, a son Andrew and stepdaughter Alyssa. I love to take walks with my son’s dog Jordan. My husband and I enjoy live music venues and spending time at home and with our family.

Cancer, What Now?