For the first time in almost two years, we were fortunate to return to the skies and visit our clinic on Hamilton Island. On arrival at the airport, we were greeted by our receptionist, Tikqua, who gave us a crash course in driving the Buggy, our mode of transport for the next three days, and from here it was off to the clinic.
A couple of the highlights from our short trip were seeing a number of Victorians on Hamilton Island. As we approached the clinic for the first time during our short stay, we noticed a family of four, Mum, Dad and two young children taking pictures in front of the Atticus Health sign and the kids were making reference to Atticus Health. This moment was spoken about in every conversation by Floyd hereafter, even since we got back, which was four days ago.
The other highlight was in the evening on day two, before a delicious team dinner. The doctor team, comprising Hardik, Tohid, Floyd and myself, went on a 5km evening bushwalking adventure. Don’t get me wrong, this was a work trip and we did have a number of meetings to attend and stakeholders to catch up with, but it was equally as important for us all to make the most of this bonding experience. Along the hike, Tohid invited us to sing songs as we made our way up and down the steep island terrain. It was unexpected but lots of fun. The hidden coves, beautiful views, and various picnic spots scattered throughout the bushland were spectacular. Hamilton Island offers some truly magnificent vantage points and today we experienced passage peak.
So there you go, a quick reflection about our time at Atticus Health – Hamilton Island. Be amazed. Take a step back and look at your life with gratitude every now and then.