Pros: free lunches, friendly co-workers, lots of responsibility
Cons: no benefits, not much pay, no security gaurd on duty
A typical day would consist of relaying messages to providers, deciding if somone should go to the ER, or come in to be seen by one of the providers.
I learn how to deal with changes at the last second, managing time and work loads as they fluctuate through out the day.
Co-workers were very friendly always willing to help and encouraged family first – more... at all times.
The hardest part of the job was leaving, I had to relocate to Chicago so that I could have more support dealing with my son's illness.
The most enjoyable part of the job was caring for patients and listening to there concerns as they trusted me with personal information and to relay it to the providers and help with making decisions about there care – less