o LPN (Former Employee) – Camp Atterbury, IN – December 29, 2013
Went in daily at 7am, saw ill or injured soldiers until 10am then switched to mobing and demobing physicals until we left at 3pm. Learned to take direction from military personnel, work sided by side daily with military personnel. Very different management, never met them prior to hire, as a matter of fact I met them once in passing during my stay with the company and never spoke with any of the in person. I was hired over the phone during a phone interview (that was a first). LOVED my co-worker, both civilian and military, all awesome, very respectful, hardworking, team environment. Hardest part of job was seeing a soldier really suffering and doing everything you could until EMT could get there to get them to to hospital. My son is a Marine and just made my heart ache for each and every on of those soldiers. My co-workers were the most enjoyable part of my job, I still have contact with most of them today. We became a family and I hated to leave but I needed insurance and everyone understood. I'd go back in a hearbeat today if the opportunity arose.
Co-Workers, Work Environment, Lunch breaks
cost of health insurance through the company since not federal job