We recently had the privilege of welcoming Kinza Rahman—Dr. Rahman’s (Medical Director of the UMC SWCC Breast Center of Excellence) daughter— in playing music for patients. She made a difference in the lives of patients and their family members during the holidays; a time during which being in the hospital is even harder than usual.
Kinza utilized her winter break to donate over 20 hours of her time to play the viola throughout the hospital and the cancer center. Her goal was to join our team of healthcare providers to share musical talent to help relieve pain and suffering. She did just that!
“Nothing improves your personal sense of wellbeing more than contributing to someone else’s,” Kinza said.
She also described this project as helping her further develop professional skills, such as planning, time management, social skills and presenting.
Thank you SO much for dedicating your time and talents this winter, Kinza!