I had a productive day and stayed busy.
Pros: benefits were good, some of the co-workers were hardworking but also knew how to have a good time, and the patients were amazing!
Cons: you didn't get your 15 mintues break when needed
My day would start by checking the board to see where I was stationed. Then I would start typing patient's information; such as insurance information, the medicine the Dr. prescribed, how often the medicine needed to be taken and scanned it into the scanner for the pharmacist to see. When I got caught up with the daily prescriptions, I would assist in dispensing the prescriptions, running the registers and answering phone lines. My co-workers were great to be around. I learned a lot of information I didn't know from them; such as what the medicine was used for or how often it could be used. The hardest part of the job was dealing with unhappy customers. Whether something was wrong with the insurance they provided, the medicine wasn't in stock, or the medicine couldn't be dispensed yet. The most enjoyable part was all the customers I met. You learn something new from them every time they came in. I also loved that we stayed busy, there was never a time when we weren't.