Inside Sharp: Meet Sharp Medical President & CEO, Rebecca Jones

by Sharp Medical

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Rebecca Jones the President and CEO of Sharp Medical Staffing shares her values and interests. Rebecca has a strong passion of helping and inspiring others to succeed and to be the best at what they do. She promotes an honest and ethical work environment. Having a work-life balance is so important these days. The culture at Sharp Medical is what makes Sharp one of the best in the business. Rebecca states “We always have positive energy, we work together as a team and we don’t allow bad days to get the best of us.” We always try to exceed expectations for our travelers and facilities. We believe to be the best, it all starts with having the best customer service for our travelers and sending our clients elite medical professionals that exceed expectations. Every traveler should feel appreciated by each and every one of our staff members. Rebecca personally will try to contact each traveler on assignment to thank them for their valued support to the industry and to show appreciation towards all the hard work healthcare professionals do in our industry. Patient Care is so important that Sharp makes sure that every healthcare professional goes through a highly efficient screening process to ensure our client facilities are getting the absolute best candidates for the job. We asked Rebecca some questions and also had her list some of her favorite places with us.

Top 10 Favorite US Cities to Visit:

Lake Tahoe, CA
Golden, CO
Chicago, IL
Breckenridge, CO
Estes Park, CO
Las Vegas, NV
Grapevine, TX
Temecula, CA
Pittsburg, PA
Tampa, FL

Top 10 Favorite Restaurants:

Purple Pig-Chicago, IL
Gordon Ramsey Burger-Las Vegas, NV
Gibson’s Steakhouse-Chicago, IL
Donatello Italian-Tampa, FL
Farina’s Winery-Grapevine, TX(Spaghetti Pizza is amazing)
Mad Madeline’s-Temecula, CA
Bob’s Atomic Burgers-Golden, CO
Giordano’s-Chicago, IL
Surrey’s Café & Juice Bar-New Orleans, LA
Jams-Omaha, NE

Most amazing Event you have been to:

Final Game of the Stanley Cup 2016

What is your favorite sport?

Football and Hockey most definitely. I actually still play hockey on a league in Omaha.

What is your favorite sports teams?

Pittsburg Penguins
Denver Broncos

If you could of lived the life of someone else who would it of been?

Warren Buffet-One of the most amazing leaders ever

Favorite quote:

“You miss 100 percent of the shots you never take” Wayne Gretzky

If you could do anything what would you do?

I would open up animal rescue shelters across the world. I love animals and it breaks my heart to see animals abused in the world.

What are you the most proud of in your life?

I have always wanted to be an entrepreneur since I was a little girl selling lemonade in the driveway and tomatoes from my parents garden. My dad was a blue collar construction worker and my mom was a stay at home mom. I knew I wanted to grow up and make my family proud and be successful. My mom taught me to always have an honest and ethical approach in life. My parents told me to always stay out of trouble with the law. Starting Sharp Medical in 2013 was a huge transition in my life and I learned the level of commitment very quickly in running a successful business. I have truly grown into a leader that inspires others in a positive way in their careers to help others be successful. Helping others is a passion I have which I thank my mom for inspiring that within me. My mom is one of the most amazing and selfless people I have ever met and for that I am thankful for what I have accomplished in my career.

What is the hardest thing you have been through in life?

I was in a horrible car accident in 1999 shortly after graduating high school. I am truly lucky to be alive and after that my life definitely changed and I looked at life completely different. In 2016 my mom suffered a massive brain aneurysm. I had to continue to run my business and also be there for my family which was very tough but was able to somehow manage it all. Thanks to the amazing staff at Nebraska Medicine and her physical therapy, my mom was able to almost fully recover even after breaking both of her hips in rehab. You definitely have to be thankful for what life means and making sure you live every day to its fullest is so important to me.

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