Great staff and manager, we have lots of fun working together.
Pros: i start early and leave early to pick up my children, to coach and help out with school works.
Cons: been with my company for almost 9 years, but not yet vested in retirement.
I open the facility and ready all the machines, check the water to make sure it's safe to use for our patients. Also to make sure it's within company's required limits. Prepare medications, and report to RN. Initiate patients pre/post treatment and documentations.
I'm in charge of patients monthly educations and quarterly emergency drills.
I learned – more... that everybody has different ways of learning and I'm sensitive to their ways of learning. I have a great understanding to what patients needs.
I can work well on my own and fulfill my tasks with or without management checking in on me. I can communicate and report, well with management and RN's.
I get along GREAT with co workers and a TEAM player. I like to have fun at work, in a professional manner. I'm reliable and come in for extra shifts, when called in. I'm a punctual person and don't call in sick for work.
The hardest thing about my work, is losing patients.
I love working with people, and help prolonging their lives. I have a good sense of humor and personality. – less