I worked their for a couple of years as a pharmacy technician. The staff that you work with became family eventually. The nurses can aggressive and angry most of the time because they are over worked and don't have hardly any help. It's wise to just say as little as possible and do you work and not stress over the pharmacy and nursing staff politics. A typical day depends on your schedule, one day you are working IV 11am-8pm, the next day could be 8:30 am to 4pm as a pyxis technician. You have to wear many hats working there and be flexible with your schedule. The learning experience with working at a hospital setting was excellent because you have the opportunity to grow and learn so many different things. The job is not stable, they are looking to build a new hospital and lay people off the regular once they decided to build the new hospital, nurse, pharmacist, technician, janitor, you name it , they'd laid it off. So be careful, complete your certifications in a timely manner and stay away form pharmacy politics. Do your work and go home is my best advice. People gossip and what you say would be on the fox 5 news so keep your thoughts to yourself involving the staff and management. This place is a business first. There is no such thing as the patient comes first. This is with any establishment.
Opportunity to grow, ok team, the pharmacy director was pretty neutral and nice
They'll lay you off if you even breath wrong, profit before everything