While he’s not a nurse himself, Sebastian Aldana seems to share many of the key qualities of the profession: enjoys helping others, likes to solve problems + make things better, and has what seems to be rather infinite patience. (We’ve certainly done our best to test it!)
Meet our RVNAhealth IT Support Specialist, Sebastian Aldana.
Where did you grow up and where do you reside now?
I grew up in Stamford, CT and then moved to Norwalk, CT when I was 14 and have lived there since.
What is your role at RVNA?
I am the IT Support Specialist at RVNA.
How long have you been at RVNA?
I started at RVNAhealth as a temp back in November of 2016 and was officially hired full time with RVNAhealth in April 2017.
What brought you to RVNAhealth at first?
I was offered a temp role at RVNAhealth by the recruiting company I was working for.
What is your favorite part of your job?
My favorite part of my job is helping my fellow co-workers with their computer and any other technical issues. I truly enjoy helping others and I am especially satisfied when I can help make someone’s day better because I fixed their issues.
Have you ever considered becoming a nurse?
I’ve never considered becoming a nurse myself, but I have a newfound appreciation for nurses ever since I started working at RVNA.
What do you love to do when you’re not working?
When I’m not working I enjoy spending time with my family, my dog, and friends. I also enjoy playing sports and doing other activities like hiking, kayaking, and going to the gym.
What is your hidden talent?
I have no hidden talent I can think of. LOL.
What would you do if you won the lottery?
If I won the lottery I would definitely travel all over the world, meet new people and places, discover new cultures and food. Also, I would buy my parents a new home in Ecuador so they could retire.
Do you have a favorite RVNAhealth moment or story?
My favorite moment at RVNAhealth was when I was officially introduced as a member of the RVNAhealth family at one of the Agency meetings and I received a standing ovation from everyone that attended. It was definitely very humbling.