While at Banner Medical Group I had a wonderful time.
Each day I got logged in and prepared to greet our pediatric patients for the day. I just about knew each child and parent by name and was able to work with the providers to meet their needs the best we could.
I enjoyed my co workers, I miss the work environment. I supported them by being on the "moral" team I enjoyed seeing their spirits lifted with each little act of kindness and recognition our group was able to show them
Management turned over three times in my time there and so I felt it was often high stress them despite their attempts of organization. Each manager was a good person though, really wanted what was best for the people under them.
The hardest part of the job was incorporating change that effected the patient care, usually coming down to collection MORE money when insurance coverage's changed. Seeing the strain that caused was hard for me to watch.
My most enjoyable time was seeing the babies grow, having the trust of the providers and patients was a good feeling.
I left because my boys wanted to participate in sports, being a single mother made making that a reality for them a challenge. I began an in-home day care and given my bleeding heart this is not sustaining enough for our livelihood. It's time to get back to work.