Pros: the people i worked with
Cons: no notice when you were the fill-in for the next shift if someone called in sick and you had to stay
I started out at 6am and worked until 230pm most of the time.After I had been there about a year I organized the morning run and assigned techs and phlebotomists where to go, with myself usually doing ICU,CCU, Pediatrics and/or the Nursery. After the morning run was done I either did outpatients,the ER or other draws on the floors as they were ordered. My coworkers were good team players and easy to work with, we shared the workflow evenly. The management was good and listened to what you had to say. The hardest part of the job was being a fill-in for the following shift and having to stay and work if someone called in sick, one time I had to work 24 hrs straight, but this very rarely happened. The most enjoyable part of my job was the patient contact.