Pros: Always busy, never a dull moment, multi-tasking, great residents and co-workers
Cons: Toll bridge fees, out of pocket medical premiums, lack of hours in a day
I have learned quite a lot working here. My day is quite busy from the get go. Most department heads wear many hats and have to be flexible and may jump in and assist in other departments to aid in the success as a whole. My day consists of daily census, AP/AR, customer service, payroll, new hire orientation, paper work and the list goes on. I've gained a high degree of respect for my co-workers Everyone works hard and I value all our teams in all departments. The hardest part of my job is when we lose a resident due to needs--whether they move out or pass.