Why I Chose Wayspring: Tomi’s Journey to Transformative Healthcare 

In the world of healthcare, especially in the realm of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment, the choice of where to work can significantly impact both the provider and the patients they serve. For Olutomi, affectionately known as Tomi, a Primary Care Provider in Delaware, her decision to join Wayspring was driven by a desire to be part of a something meaningful. Tomi’s journey and approach to patient care highlight the core values and innovative methods that set Wayspring apart in the realm of SUD treatment. 

A Personal Journey to Transform Care 

“I joined Wayspring because I wanted to be part of a team that truly sees and treats each patient as an individual, beyond their diagnosis,” shares Tomi. “Here, we’re not just addressing medical symptoms; we’re supporting whole lives, understanding that each person’s path to recovery is unique.” 

Tomi’s role at Wayspring goes beyond the traditional scope of a healthcare provider. Her focus is on understanding and treating the person, not just the diagnosis. This philosophy is central to our approach at Wayspring, where we believe in delivering care that addresses the comprehensive needs of individuals struggling with SUD. 

The Power of Time and Understanding 

At Wayspring, Tomi found the opportunity to practice healthcare differently. “The extended appointment times at Wayspring allow me to create a space of safety and understanding. It’s not just about prescribing medication; it’s about building rapport and genuinely understanding each patient’s journey,” explains Tomi. 

Fighting Stigma with Compassionate Care 

Tomi emphasizes the importance of combating stigma in SUD treatment, a mission that Wayspring actively pursues. “I’ve seen how stigma can affect care in other settings. At Wayspring, we approach every patient with the compassion and respect they deserve. We’re not just treating a condition; we’re caring for people.” 

Wayspring’s goal is to provide care that recognizes the unique challenges and strengths of each individual, fostering an environment where recovery is not just possible but also sustainable. 

A Flexible, Supportive Work Environment 

At Wayspring, we understand that the well-being of our providers is just as important as the care they provide. This flexibility is a testament to our commitment to creating a supportive and sustainable work environment for our healthcare professionals.  

The hybrid work model at Wayspring was another crucial factor for Tomi. “The flexibility here is incredible. It allows me to balance my work and personal life, which is rare in healthcare. This flexibility doesn’t just benefit me; it ultimately enhances the care we provide to our patients.” 

A Call to Healthcare Providers 

“If you’re a healthcare provider passionate about making a real difference, Wayspring is where you can do that. It’s more than a workplace; it’s a place where you can be part of a meaningful change in healthcare.” 

For healthcare providers looking to make a real difference in the field of SUD treatment, Tomi’s story is an invitation. At Wayspring, you’ll find a supportive community and an innovative approach to care that truly changes lives. 

Why Wayspring? 

Wayspring stands out as a beacon of hope and innovation in healthcare, especially in the treatment of SUD. It’s a place where providers like Tomi can fulfill their mission to deliver compassionate, personalized care. 

We invite healthcare professionals seeking a fulfilling career to consider Wayspring, where every day is an opportunity to make a profound impact on people’s lives. View our open positions here.