Exciting experience, but wrong place, wrong time...
Pros: seeing new faces each day!
Cons: no benefits!
I worked at the Family Dentistry for 4 months now. I recently got my hours cut due to family friend coming back from college and taking her previous place back as front receptionist. I was bummed, but saw it as a learning experience to find a better job that will better me in every way possible. I look forward to working there no matter how stressful it may get. I like keeping busy to stay productive. I have learned a lot from working at the dental office.
I learned to file charts, schedule patients, write birthday cards, 6 month recall cards, sympathy cards, thank you cards, and mail them all out to the correct patients. Also, I've learned to write prescriptions and how to properly greet the patients.
Working with other employees was great, but there was a slight complication when it came to critiquing our mistakes with each other. Sometimes it's hard to point out someone's flaws without hurting their feelings. Overall, I enjoy working and getting along with my co-workers