Signallamp Spotlight features interviews with some of our talented and passionate team members. Our goal is to provide a peek inside our organization, specific aspects of the profiled role, and a few lesser known details that offer a glimpse into the lives of our Signallamp family outside of work. This spotlight features, Monique Gale.
Tell us a little bit about your role and a day in the life.
I am a part of the Enrollment Team. Our Enrollment Team reaches out to all of our patients to get them started in the CCM program. We tell the patients about the care that our care management nurses provide and how they would benefit from our care team reaching to them on a regular basis. Being an Enrollment Specialist is very rewarding, I’m helping patients take the next step in bettering their health.
Why did you decide to do the work you are doing now?
In the past 10 years or so I have always worked in healthcare. I always knew that there was more in the business of healthcare and I wanted to explore that. Here at Signallamp Health, I’m doing that.
What’s your favorite thing about working at Signallamp Health?
One of my favorite things about working here at Signallamp Health, is that there is always something new to learn especially when it comes to working with technology.
What is special about the place you grew up?
I would have to say the 20ft pine tree that was in my backyard. One Christmas, my father decorated it with Christmas lights. That is one thing from my childhood that I’ll never forget.
They say that everyone has a book in them. What would your book be about? What makes a good life?
Family. I have a very family-oriented life. I am always with my parents and/or in-laws. We like to have family get togethers and take trips.
What would be the most amazing adventure to go on?
I would love to travel to Australia. I have always wanted to take a trip there to see the kangaroos.
What would be your ideal way to spend the weekend?
My ideal way to spend the weekend would be to take day trips to museums. My favorite is Liberty Science Center in NJ. I also visit the Steamtown National Historic Site at least twice each summer.