Pros: medical benefits, ongoing training as needed.
Cons: short breaks, and often not able to take lunch breaks.
A typical day at work would start at 6:45 am with the night shift giving report, then performing vital signs and charting I&O's, Blood Sugar checks, serving breakfast, Clearing meal trays away, help patient with daily living skills, changing bedding and straightening up the room. For the most part management was great, they were always there to help if needed, and the co-workers were great to. The hardest part of the job for me was learning not to spread myself to thin. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to work in such a clean and pleasant setting on a day to day basis.