Field & Warehouse Technician, Tulsa, OK - July 19, 2016
You'd show up to work ready to start deliveries. You would then get your tickets for the day load up your necessary equipment for your deliveries and then hit road. We covered all of northeastern Oklahoma. So some days you could drive 200 miles very easy. We then would get to the residence and we would either deliver equipment and explain how o use it or we would be picking up the equipment because the patient had passed. This is all to do with people that are on Hospice care.
The management there does a good job with the amount of people that we take care of on a daily basis.
I definitely learned to use time management,because you would have an hour between stops sometimes and these people really need this equipment. So you would have to learn to route your tickets a certain way so that you are reaching everyone in a timely manner while covering a large are.
The hardest part of the job is probably getting to know the people we are helping take care of and then they pass away.
I enjoy all the coworkers.. We all get along very well
Most enjoyable part would definitely be the family telling me that the service that we provided help ease the pain of their family member.